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    • Masarap din makipag-usap at maki-halubilo sa mga locals dun. Dun mo malalaman na sobrang yaman ng kultura nila. 🙂

  1. Josiah, I finally know the name of the vine, it is called Jade Vine. Very rare vine mostly found in mountainous areas. 😀 I am proud we have it in Batad! thank you for this article!

    • Thanks Amihan for the information of the Jade Vine. Rare pala siya and it naturally grows somewhere in Batad. astig! 🙂

  2. haha amazing! ang tindi! tlagang napansin mu yang mga yan.
    yeah, the 2nd flower is called Jade vine, saw lost of them in Cameron Highlands dun sa flower garden at my name tag sila na Jade vine. =)

    • haha ang gaganda naman kasi ng mga halaman dun, kapansin-pansin talaga. 🙂
      Maraming salamat sa information on the Jade Vine. 😀

    • Thanks Claire. I’m glad isa rin sa mga trip mo ang paghahanap ng mga unique plants. Hoping to see some of those picture on your future posts. 🙂

  3. Auraphil

    Hi Joshua & Readers,
    The dotted Leaf can be seen also as
    wild plant in Eastern Samar. I read
    the best TREKKING TOUR ever from
    http://www.philboards.com titled: Trekking
    Tour in Eastern Samar June 27, 2008 by Milay. In case you do this adventure, kindly name the names of
    the big trees, flora & fauna. Only
    Filipinos can do this because they
    are indigenous. The beauty of Eastern Samar, you do not have to
    sacrifice sleeping in the forest,carrying along heavy backpacks
    I think, you just study the nearest
    Municipality, then trek the whole
    day, drive to the next Municipality again, till you finish your desired lengh of travel. The Beaches are also walking distance from the National Highway.
    For Trekkers, Nature and Beach Lovers, “It’s More Fun in Eastern
    Samar!!!”

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