If you ask me, with Boracay they should stop and first fix all their loose ends (sanitation, land issues, sewerage and transport).
For Baguio, it's already too crowded. I've been going up there since i was a kid and now and the pollution is just bad that i can't even smell pine anymore unless i drive out to Ambuklao.
^so true. kitang kita na nga yung smog dun.
with regards to that sm parking lot naman, just goes to show that the pagka environmental kuno ng SM eh pakitang tao lang sana iboycott na lang ng mga tiga baguio ang sm dun.
There's no problem with development really. Want an SM Mall? Go build it since pumupunta din naman tayong lahat (although i have some sentiments about building SMs just about anywhere, dami rin natatamaan na small and medium traders/stores in some areas). The main problem is that these developments go contrary to what we see in other countries where the environment (trees, sewerage, traffic flow, etc) is taken into consideration with the design. Who's at fault here? IMO, its not really SM all throughout but the LGUs and DENR amongst some for allowing Baguio and Boracay to reach those overdeveloped states.
Boracay and Baguio are already ruined. I've been to Boracay way back since 1985 IIRC.
Before Boracay, there was Sicogon Island, just off Carles town also in Panay. It was the place to be way back in the late 70's and early 80's. It even had its own small airport.
You might want to try Punta Bulata also, down in Cauayan. A resort and marine reserve, it has good diving and snorkelling spots. Check them out: Punta Bulata: Negros Occidental White Beach Resort & Spa
@Boracay, i was able to go there back in the 1990s and its was just peaceful and clean. Now, i just find it too commercialized and dirty so i'm also in search of other places to wind down at. Last year, our family took a trip to Buenavista Island off Davao City and that was also great; problem is that it's kinda pricey (but worth it). Maybe Lakawon would be worth the yearly trip as it's not pricey to go to Bacolod.
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