[Philippines] ► 2015 Travel Summary: Where Did the #TownExplorer Go?

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"Travel-wise, I would say my 2015 is blessed. Most of my travels in 2015 is unplanned. They just came unexpectedly and ignoring these travel opportunities is a sin I must say."

When 2015 came, I never said "2015 be good to me." I didn't have to say those words for this year to be good to me. It became good even without asking for it.

[PHILIPPINES] ▬ 2015 TRAVEL SUMMARY


I've started to love traveling since high school but it was in 2010 when I consider to have started it formally. As of now, 2013 is still the best and my most epic travel year but 2015 comes close to it. Career-wise (in blogging), 2013 opened the doors for me to a major book writing and photography gig while 2015 paved the way for mainstream media exposures (both local and national televisions). On this post, I will summarize my travel-filled 2015 including some milestones in my travel blogger persona.


▬ January ▬


#BAGUIO


[BAGUIO] ▬ BURNHAM PARK: THE CITY OF PINES offered me the first travel-related memories to be stored in my neural database. It's a cold beginning but definitely was taken over by warm people whom I met on the road like this masseur, a Nueva Ecija native who emigrated to Baguio to find a job. I was one of his customers and he gave me the first public massage I have ever experienced.

[BAGUIO] ▬ BURNHAM PARK (JANUARY 02)


▬ February ▬


[CAPAS] ▬ THIS TOWN IN TARLAC SPICED THE heart month for me. Dang! How about a Valentine's Day 4X4 ride in Capas Eco-trail with the stunning view of the lava floodway?

[CAPAS] ▬ THE CAPAS ECO-TRAIL (FEBRUARY 14)


[BOTOLAN]The Capas Eco-trail won't be perfect without crossing the border to Zambales for the Mount Pinatubo crater lake as part of the adventure package.

Valentines Day volcano trekking has never been this lovely. It's so "Crazy-Beautiful-You-ish."

[CAPAS] ▬ THE CAPAS ECO-TRAIL (FEBRUARY 14)


I didn't expect Mount Pinatubo could be this chilly. Photos of it look like a hot place perfect for summer. So I left my sweater. I shivered but I swear I liked it.


▬ March ▬


MY MARCH WAS FILLED WITH ADVENTURES, HARDCORE adventures. With the help of the present Vice Governor of Abra (Hon Chari Bersamin) this time, I (together with fellow travel blogger Estan Cabigas) joined Abra's Kawayan Festival celebration with hardcore adventure side trips.

[BANGUED] ▬ TRIBAL ACCESSORIES IN ABRA'S PADAYA TRADE FAIR IN BANGUED (MARCH 06)


#BANGUED


[BANGUED] ▬ The town of Bangued served as our home base for 1 week and we stayed at the Oval Era Hotel. Having visited Abra more than 10x in 2 years time, I thought I've already known the province well. Last March was an eye-opener. I was exposed to many cultural stuff that made me realize that the knowledge I earned from my previous travels in Abra is just a grain of sand. I swear, Abra gives that killer surprise. More: OVAL ERA HOTEL

[BANGUED] ▬ My First Midnight in the Hill of Cassamata via Oval Era

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TEASER ► ...as the sun sets down with the silhouette of Mt Bullagao, west of the river valley, I leave the place. I never attempted to stay there after dark.


Estan and I visited the PADAYA TRADE FAIR

[BANGUED] ▬ Padaya Trade Fair: Abra Local Industries' Heart & Soul

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TEASER ► I thought it would be another ordinary trade fair but I was wrong. The padaya gave me many answers on my search for truth and knowledge: reasons why I love traveling.
and we both loved what we saw and learned. We even purchased an original decades-old traditionally woven Itneg (Tinguian) fabric because we were just so fascinated on the stories behind those fabrics. For me, the fabric I purchased is priceless (museum-worthy) and I was a lucky lad to have acquired one.

We also joined their SILNAG ELECTRIC FLOAT PARADE

[BANGUED] ▬ Silnag: Night Parade of Floats, Lighted with Love and Pride

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TEASER ► Although the stigma of Abra in the politics world is the source of its infamy, there will still be a light to enlighten the dark ages.
, WATCHED A CULTURAL SHOW

[BANGUED] ▬ A Night of Traditional Dances and Cultural Rites

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TEASER ► I was surprised even more how rich the culture of Abra is. Very rich. Very unique. Their identity and culture make Abra a very interesting province to love and take care.
, ATE A FAMOUS ABRA MIKI

[BANGUED] ▬ Brgy Patucannay: of Waking Up Early and a Soup Dish

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TEASER ► I observed how they prepare this popular soup dish. They just prepare everything right before your eyes. I saw bones, mainly skulls, in a stainless basin.
in the break of dawn, watched the KAWAYAN FESTIVAL STREET DANCING

[BANGUED] ▬ Kawayan Festival: The Biggest Cultural Show in Abra

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TEASER ► No million-dollar dance show can ever fathom the depth of the meaning of the dances their ancestors wanted them to execute.
and the iconic BAMBOO FLOAT PARADE

[BANGUED] ▬ Bamboo Float Parade and the Cool Mountain Tribes

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TEASER ► They have proven that the province of Abra is a sterling destination for mountain culture lovers.
. We also tried the mouthwatering ABRA HOME-COOKED DISHES

[ABRA] ▬ Home-Cooked Food Dishes to Die for

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TEASER ► The Ilocanos and the Itneg tribes are the two groups of people that make Abra a culturally enchanting destination. On food, the landscape, heritage and culture of the province are also deliciously present.
prepared no other than the Vice Governor herself.

#LAPAZ

[LA PAZ] ▬ The heart and soul of Abra's loom weaving industry resides in the town of La Paz. So we had the chance to visit the main weaving center this March. It's great to witness this cultural treasure seeing the weavers face to face and in action.

[BANGUED] ▬ SELFIE-ING IN FRONT OF THE ABRA CAPITOL (MARCH 06)

[BANGUED] ▬ BECAUSE THEY DARED ME TO SHOW THE TUMMY - HAPPY KAWAYAN FESTIVAL FOLKS! (MARCH 06)


[TINEG] ▬ The very rare opportunity to revisit the remote town of Tineg came and we grabbed it immediately. We explored the virgin forests of the town and tasted its exotic dishes. We also mingled with the amazing tribesmen from Adasen tribe (a sub-group of the Itneg tribal people).

I had so many unforgettable experiences here that are hard to express in words. I'm afraid I may not justify the experiences in words. Right now, I'll just keep it with me and hopefully soon I'll have the balls to blog about those.

[TINEG] ▬ GUITUP FALLS IN AGSIMAO, TINEG (MARCH 07)

[TINEG] ▬ BACKRIDING ALL THE WAY TO AGSIMAO (MARCH 07)

[TINEG] ▬ MOUNT LAYA TRAVERSE, I WAS LOST HERE, SERIOUSLY. (MARCH 07)

[TINEG] ▬ MANAMBOR FALLS - PLAYS A ROLE IN TINEG'S LOCAL FOLKLORE (MARCH 07)


[BAGUIO]For the second time this year, I went back to Baguio to watch the float parade of the Panagbenga Festival and it's my first time to witness this Festival in person.

#TANAY


[TANAY] ▬ About  a week after my Abra adventures, I went back to the highlands again—this time in Tanay, Rizal—to visit a popular pilgrimage site of 13.5-hectare expanse of rolling hills, a GIANT VIRGIN MARY STATUE

[TANAY] ▬ Giant Virgin Mary Statue on a Hilltop: For Tourists, Pilgrims


TEASER ► It seemed like I really can't move on with the beautiful surrounding as I joined the queue. This sanctuary is a tourist destination itself. It's as comely as a beautiful virgin lady.

and ten thousand mahogany trees.

#SANFERNANDO


[SAN FERNANDO] ▬ For some reasons, also a week after my trip in Tanay (and Manila), I visited La Union and I had fun!

[BAGUIO] ▬ PANAGBENGA FLOAT PARADE (MARCH 2015)

[TANAY] ▬ VISITED REGINA RICA FOR THE FIRST TIME (MARCH 14)

[TANAY] ▬ SEA AND SKY HOTEL IN LA UNION (MARCH 21)


#VIGAN


[VIGAN] ▬ On 27 March 2015, I stayed in Vigan for a shoot with celebrity chef Sandy Daza of Lifestyle Network (under the helm of ABS-CBN). This is my first ever exposure in mainstream national television. I was a guest blogger in the show! Whew! It was an honor to represent Vigan in a show!

[VIGAN] ▬ WITH SANDY DAZA, A CELEBRITY CHEF AND TV HOST (MARCH 27)


▬ April ▬


APRIL IS ANOTHER GREAT MONTH AND FOR the third time, I went back to Baguio to tour my relatives from Manila and Mindanao. What we did is to hire a cab and the driver knew the drill. Finally I had the chance to visit some of the destinations in Baguio I haven't seen yet prior to this. 

[LA TRINIDAD] ▬ STRAWBERRY FARM (APRIL 17)

[BAGUIO] ▬ LAPERAL HOUSE (APRIL 17)

[BAGUIO] ▬ PHILIPPINE MILITARY ACADEMY (APRIL 17)


[BAGUIO] ▬ Baguio city is timeless. I wouldn't mind going back here frequently. My relatives from Manila and Mindanao visited the north and they requested me to tour them in Baguio. So we visited the Philippine Military Academy, Mines View Park, Botanical Garden, Lion's Head, Kennon road view deck, the Laperal house, Burnham Park and more!

#LATRINIDAD


[LA TRINIDAD] ▬ Of course, I didn't let them leave Benguet without showing them the touristy strawberry farm in La Trinidad town.

[SANTA MARIA] ▬ I also revisited Pinsal Falls in Baballasioan, Santa Maria town in Ilocos Sur two (2) days after Baguio.

[SANTA MARIA] ▬ PINSAL FALLS BOULDERS (APRIL 19)


▬ May ▬
 

MY MAY IS ALSO JAM-PACKED! WHETHER YOU like it or not, I visited Baguio for the fourth time this year. I also watched a festival in Abra and stayed overnight within the premises of Mt Pulag National Park. Pangasinan also gave me beautiful memories and to wrap-up this month, I was interviewed by a local TV station for their news. They even made a documentary clip about me and my life as a blogger. Below is just one of the 3 clips that was aired on Teledyaryo Ylocos, a local news channel. For the English translation, you could CHECK OUT THIS LINK.

[TV APPEARANCE] ▬ My Blogs Featured in News Program Teledyaryo Ylocos

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TEASER ► For the second time, my blogs got an exposure in the mainstream media through PTV - People's Television.



[BAGUIO] ▬ This is the best Baguio vacation I had this year and AZALEA RESIDENCES

[BAGUIO] ▬ VIP Treatment Vacation the Azalea Way


TEASER ► Inside the room, I felt like I'm a VIP again. This is probably one of the best rooms in Azalea. I felt privileged. This staycation kicks ass.

hosted me (together with some other bloggers). We visited the NIGHT MARKET

[BAGUIO] ▬ Night Market at Harrison Road: What to See and Expect?


TEASER ► The foot traffic is huge. Merchants shout to encourage passersby to purchase their products. But some are just hawkers.

and dined in KALAPAW RESTAURANT

[BAGUIO] ▬ Ilocano Food Reigns at Kalapaw Restaurant


TEASER ► This restaurant highlights the Ilocos heritage and culture in spite of the fact that it's located in Baguio City.

. We played an AMAZING RACE

[BAGUIO] ▬ Discovering More of Baguio the Amazing Race Way


TEASER ► We've explored the city under time pressure yet we were awed by these destinations that are truly timeless.

and visited Cam John Hay for the SUPERMAN ZIPLINE

[BAGUIO] ▬ Superman Zipline Ride Over the Pine Trees


TEASER ► ... the feeling of getting amazed is more powerful than fear. For this emotional battle, fear is defeated. The amazing feeling wins.

and TREKKING

[BAGUIO] ▬ Trekking Camp John Hay: Seeing the City's Old, True Face


TEASER ► ...this is the real image of Baguio its ancestors wanted her to be known. It is the City of Pines after all—and I felt the very essence of her tag when I trekked into its pine forest.

. We also had a great night in 2600 GASTROPUB

[BAGUIO] ▬ 2600 Gastropub: When Zip Code Turns Into Night Life


TEASER ► Then, the playlist went on and it made me wild, almost shedding tears, remembering the good old days in favor of nostalgia.

as well as an awesome day in TAM-AWAN VILLAGE

[BAGUIO] ▬ Tam-awan Village: Old-School Igorot Living of Today


TEASER ► The present has almost erased all the things of the past but some individuals have always been interested in bringing the old back to present.

, the garden in the sky. It was so fun!

[LA TRINIDAD] ▬ This May, I gotta appreciate this town even more when we visited the BAHONG FLOWER FARM

[LA TRINIDAD] ▬ Bahong Flower Farm: Rose Capital of the Philippines


TEASER ► ...they will transform into beautiful, fully-bloomed flowers and that will be the end of their life because they will be cut and head straight to the flower shop.

—a breath of fresh air from the Strawberry Farm cliché. We also dined in JEWEL IGOROT RESTAURANT

[LA TRINIDAD] ▬ Jewel Igorot Restaurant: Non-Igorots Should Eat Here!


TEASER ► Say anything you want to say and this cool restaurant along the main road in La Trinidad will still find its way to become superior.

and saw for myself the JEWEL IGOROT MUSEUM

[LA TRINIDAD] ▬ Jewel Igorot Museum and the Maid-to-Millionaire Story


TEASER ► Greatness does not only come from huge quantities and fat funds. My conviction is something is already great when you are able to put up that something from scratch with a purpose to educate and inspire.

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#TUBA


[TUBA] ▬ Tuba is another town near Baguio which hosts the popular museum for contemporary art—the BenCab Museum!

[BAGUIO] ▬ MY ROOM IN AZALEA BAGUIO (MAY 15)

[LA TRINIDAD] ▬ BAHONG FLOWER FARM/ROSE FARM (MAY 16)

[BAGUIO] ▬ SUPERMAN RIDE IN CAMP JOHN HAY'S TREETOP ADVENTURE (MAY 17)

[TUBA] ▬ THE BENCAB MUSEUM GARDEN (MAY 17)


[DOLORES] ▬ Sakuting Festival gained fame when it hit Aliwan Festival by storm in Manila. Because of the deserved hype, I was curious to witness the festival by myself right where it came from—Dolores, Abra.

#DAGUPAN


[DAGUPAN] ▬ Four (4) days after my summer vacation in Benguet, I visited the province of Pangasinan. I visited the night market in Dagupan City's AB Fernandez avenue and Zamora street. 

[MANAOAG] ▬ I also visited the famous Manaoag Basilica frequented by pilgrims and hopped to Binalonan for a crazy weird solo night walking tour.

[BINALONAN] ▬ Explored this town at night. I swear there is beauty in the night. I realized a night tour is a totally different experience from day tour. I walked around the town, solo.

#KABAYAN


[KABAYAN] ▬ After my Pangasinan adventures, I allotted one (day) to rest my body. The next day I (together with my childhood friends) went back to Benguet to climb Mount Pulag, Luzon's highest peak. Due to unfavorable weather condition, we ended exploring the SITIO BABALAK

[KABAYAN] ▬ Sitio Babalak: Picturesque High Village in Benguet


TEASER ► The beautiful landscape just let me think of positive things... I was blinded by the beauty of the village—blinded to see the not-so-good side.

, Two (2) hiking hours away to the peak of Mount Pulag.

[DOLORES] ▬ SAKUTING FESTIVAL (MAY 03)

[DAGUPAN] ▬ NIGHT MARKET, AB FERNANDEZ AVENUE (MAY 23)

[DAGUPAN] ▬ CHILLIN' IN A DAGUPAN COFFEE SHOP (MAY 23)

[MANAOAG] ▬ MANAOAG BASILICA (MAY 23)

[BINALONAN] ▬ BINALONAN CHURCH (MAY 23)

[BOKOD] ▬ AMBUKLAO LAKE VIEW DECK (MAY 25)

[KABAYAN] ▬ MOUNT PULAG NATIONAL PARK (MAY 26)

[KABAYAN] ▬ SITIO BABALAK (MAY 26)


▬ June ▬


THE MONTH OF JUNE, THOUGH RAINY, DIDN'T want to be left behind. For this month, I visited Pagudpud even though it was raining that time. However, the weather became friendly when I reached the Callao Caves in Cagayan Province.

[PAGUDPUD] ▬ Rainy June didn't hinder me to continue traveling. I visited the Blue Lagoon in Pagudpud and I swear it's beautiful whatever the season is.

[PEÑABLANCA] ▬ The famous Callao Caves are never elusive. It is said that the artifacts taken from this cave is even older than those from Tabon Caves in Palawan.

[PIAT] ▬ The town of Piat pulled a surprise and I loved it. It's more than the Lady of Piat visited by pilgrims. Its culture is immensely inspiring. This town is a cultural paradise for my taste.

[PAGUDPUD] ▬ BLUE LAGOON IN MAYRA-IRA POINT (JUNE 27)

[PIAT] ▬ OUR LADY OF PIAT CHURCH (JUNE 27)

[PEÑABLANCA] ▬ CALLAO CAVES (JUNE 28)


▬ July ▬


JULY IS A MONTH TO REMINISCE AS I went back to Tanay and revisited the Regina Rica. I also visited Antipolo City for the first time and rode on the Pampanga Eye of Pampanga Skyranch solo.

I also visited the province of Cebu for the first time doing a 5-day solobackpacking there. I snorkeled and swam with the whale sharks, climbed the highest mountain of Cebu and did a lot of walking tour from Carcar, Cebu City to Mandaue.

[CEBU] ▬ FORT SAN PEDRO (JULY 03)

[CARCAR] ▬ OLD HOUSE IN CARCAR CITY (JULY 04)

[BOLJOON] ▬ BOLJOON HERITAGE PARK (JULY 04)

[DALAGUETE] ▬ OSMEÑA PEAK (JULY 04)

[OSLOB] ▬ SWIMMING WITH THE WHALE SHARKS (JULY 04)

[SAN FERNANDO] ▬ PAMPANGA SKYRANCH (JULY 25)

[ANTIPOLO] ▬ ANTIPOLO CHURCH (JULY 25)


▬ August ▬


MY FRIEND EDGAR ALAN ZETA-YAP AND I planned to visit Whang-od in Kalinga when we met in Cebu last July. My August should be in the mountains but due to the strong typhoon that hit our province, I have to cancel this trip. It should have been my third time to visit Whang-od and might have been inked again if I made it. Below is a photo of my previous visit to Whang-od's abode.

[TINGLAYAN] ▬ BUSCALAN VILLAGE WITH WHANG-OD


▬ September ▬


SEPTEMBER WAS LIKE A STAYCATION. I WAS invited by the owner of VIGAN AIRPORT VIEW HOTEL

[VIGAN] ▬ Airport View Hotel: Cheap as Low as PhP300/pax


TEASER ► While most hotels in Vigan allow you to experience the Vigan culture and heritage, this one features the peaceful charm and quiet side of the heritage city.

when it was officially opened and I was one of the first people to see it.

I just stayed in Vigan the whole month and explored some places nearby and it was nice to discover new restaurants, fusion dishes and more history in our place.

[VIGAN] ▬ AIRPORT VIEW HOTEL (SEPTEMBER 20)


▬ October ▬


OCTOBER WAS A TYPHOON MONTH IN OUR province so planning a trip is so awful and uneasy. I've chosen to stay with my family during hard times like this.

[VIGAN] ▬ RANIAG TWILIGHT FESTIVAL 2015 (OCTOBER 27)


However, this didn't stop me to tour my own city. I checked some restaurants, witnessed the UNVEILING OF THE VIGAN CHRISTMAS TREE

[VIGAN] ▬ Unveiling of Christmas Tree, an Annual Bigueño Tradition


TEASER ► Our Bigueño culture is so rich that it is not enough to express it in words—we need to express them in festivities and manifest it in our intangible good traditions for other people to understand.

and covered the Raniag Festival FLOAT PARADE

[VIGAN] ▬ Blog Coverage: 133 Photos from Raniag Electric FLoat Parade 2015 + Insights


TEASER ► Festival dancers dressed themselves with both luminescence and heat-based light. They have to stand out in the dark—that is the very essence of this artful cultural event.

and STREET DANCING

[VIGAN] ▬ 34 Photos from Raniag Twilight Festival 2015 Street Dancing


TEASER ► The Raniag Twilight Festival basically preludes the All Souls' Day in Vigan where a mass homecoming and reunion of the Ilocanos happen as a tradition.

happening every last week of October.


▬ November ▬


THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER WAS A BLAST! I visited the World's Best Island called Palawan! I went down south of the island to see for myself the place considered as the cradle of Filipino civilization—the Tabon Caves Complex in Lipuun Point, Quezon.

From Quezon, I went to the city of Puerto Princesa to explore the place with fellow travel bloggers Edgar Alan-Zeta Yap, Kira Ramirez and Lilliane Cobiao.

[QUEZON] ▬ This town has always been on my bucketlist due to its cultural value. I visited the Tabon Caves Complex solo and hired a whole boat for me.

#PUERTOPRINCESA


[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ The city tourism office of Puerto Princesa arranged this trip for us bloggers to cover the PPUR BONGGANG BAKASYON

[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ Blog Coverage: PPUR Day's Bonggang Bakasyon


TEASER ► ...for us to appreciate the conservation efforts we are doing, we must first become knowledgeable and aware of the reason why we are doing such effort.

. For a span of three days, we experienced the best things this beautiful city has to offer. I tasted CHAO LONG FOR THE FIRST TIME

[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ Chao Long Beef Stew: My First Taste of Vietnam, I Tried It in Palawan


TEASER ► The noodles taste unfamiliar. Deymn! Bagnet-loving tongue, you need to learn more food and grow up!

and was amazed by the AWESOME SYSTEM

[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ A Perfect Example of a Community-Based Sustainable Tourism


TEASER ► They live with the glory of their natural heritage—sustainable tourism at its finest.

they use for their tourism industry.

[QUEZON] ▬ TABON CAVES COMPLEX (NOVEMBER 09)

[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ IWAHIG PENAL FARM (NOVEMBER 12)

[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ SNORKELING PAMBATO REEF (NOVEMBER 12)

[PUERTO PRINCESA] ▬ COWRIE ISLAND (NOVEMBER 12)


▬ December ▬


FOR ME, THE BEST WAY TO END the year and to spend the Christmas season is with my family but Ilocos Norte is calling me. I revisited many places in Laoag but the highlight of that visit is when I explored the town of Sarrat for the first time. This town is the birthplace of former Philippine president Ferdinand Edralin Marcos.

[SARRAT] ▬ SARRAT CHURCH RUINS (DECEMBER 10)


Travel-wise, I would say my 2015 is blessed. Most of my travels in 2015 is unplanned. They just came unexpectedly and ignoring these travel opportunities is a sin I must say.

I haven't blogged most of my 2015 travels yet so it seems like I have a lot of fun things to write this 2016.

I'm greeting everyone a prosperous 2016! In my language, Kablaawan kay amin iti naprogreso nga 2016! Thank you for following my blog since 2011!end


► FOOTNOTES, DISCLAIMERS, ACKNOWLEDGMENT, ETC

[1] This post is filed under the category "Special Features." To see more posts from this category, scroll down and check the "More Posts From This Category" below.

[2] All maps I used on this post are the works of Eugene Alvin Villar and Mike Gonzalez published on Wikipedia.

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TEASER ▬ ...for us to appreciate the conservation efforts we are doing, we must first become knowledgeable and aware of the reason why we are doing such effort.

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