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What is the origin of rice bohol version -
Hi, I am looking for the four rice myths, (Ibaloi, Bohol, Tagalog & Nabaloi) and didn’t found it here. I think this is just the Tagalog version of the myth.
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Igorot people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Etymology . The word "Igorot" is an exonym, derived from the archaic Tagalog term for "mountain people" (formed from the prefix i-, "dweller of" and golot, "mountain ...
Chocolate Hills - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Chocolate Hills is a geological formation in Bohol Province, Philippines. There are at least 1,260 hills but there may be as many as 1,776 hills spread over an ...
The Myth List - Rocket Kapre – Fantastic Filipino ...
Fantastic Filipino Science Fiction, Fantasy, and more ... THE MYTH LIST ~ Being an Incomplete Compendium of Magical Myths, Legends and Old Tales from the …
The Bontoc Igorot -
The Bontoc Igorot Albert Ernest Jenks Manila 1905 page 3 Letter of Transmittal. Department of the Interior, The Ethnological Survey, Manila, February 3, 1904.
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Market Manila - Takla / Crayfish / Crawfish - Seafood
Late afternoon, we visited the Mangga market in Tagbilaran, Bohol to see what the local fishermen had brought back from their day’s toil at sea.
Market Manila - Utan Bisaya a la Jane - General
Utan Bisaya a la Jane ... Lots of sayote in Mexico too, known as chayote, that’s where we got it from…it was actually believed to have been cultivated by the Aztecs!

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