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It's Definitely More Fun in the Philippines

We love this unofficial video that's going viral.
IMAGE Ischa / Flickr / Wikimedia Commons
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Amid all the hullabaloo about the recently released ad by the Philippine Department of Tourism that has some similarities with one released by South Africa, a group that calls itself Creatives of Manila decided to cobble together an unofficial video. We love it.

The group notes the video is not intended for commercial purposes. Copyright belongs to the owners and authors of the video clips. It credits Arthur Balaga for the Kalanggaman Island footage, Jasper Ivan Iturriaga for the El Nido footage, The Philippine Roadtrip team for the Northern Luzon footage, NAVA.TV for the Mount Kanlaon footage, Max Abaloso for the Batanes footage, Samuel Lawson of Beach Weather for the Siargao footage, and Gabriel Lorenzo for the Caramoan Islands footage. Music: 'Everest' by Lights & Motion.

Bravo!

Life is good.

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