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“Nature always wears the colors of the spirit”

March 12, 2017
Hoyohoy, Tangub City

“Nature always wears the colors of the spirit” says Ralph Waldo Emerson.

I couldn’t agree more. The images featured on this article are photos taken by Kuya Karl (kuya means “big brother”) to showcase the beauty of one beautiful place in Tangub City, Misamis Occidental. It’s named as “Hoyohoy”. They got the name of the place because when the night comes, you will hear the definite sound of the winds. It sounds more of like a whisper at the same time a call. The place is so beautiful and so tranquil. You could only hear the chirping of the birds and the sound of the wind.

Here’s how it looks like during the afternoon. You might still see the sun from afar but it’s not humid. Sometimes, the fog hugs the place around 5:00 or 6:00 PM

hoyohoy

Feel the fresh cold breeze and the smell of the trees. Hoyohoy will give you a good view of the cities of Ozamiz and Tangub as well as the Panguil Bay from afar.

Hoyohoy in the afternoon
Hoyohoy in the afternoon

The Stone Chapel is a prominent structure in the area. It is also a nice place to do a wedding or pre-nup photo shoots.

Hoyohoy Stone Chapel

If you would like to stay for a short vacation and enjoy the place, Hoyohoy Stone Chapel Hotel is just right at the heart of the place.

 

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