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Beach Erosion at Blue Beach, Dulag, Leyte
Latest Pics of Further Erosion:
March 8 2012 | February 20 2012 | February 13 2012 |
January 15 2012 (Eric Lagunzad) | December 27 2011 (Mark Paul Pamen)
Blue Beach Dulag is a beautiful beach and historic World War II landing site on the Leyte Gulf. It is situated at barangays (villages) San Rafael, Luan and San Jose in the municipality of Dulag, Leyte. I should have said 'once' beautiful because the beach is currently suffering serious erosion eminating from the south end of the beach immediately beside the Rock World Industries (RWI) property.
Beach should be treated as a sacred place to be admired for its beauty
respected for its historical significance. A place where
men sacrificed their lives to end the horrors of the Japanese
occupation. A place where across the water the first Mass was
celebrated in the Philippines. A place where tourists should be
welcomed to admire its beauty and contemplate the sacrifices made.
For full details on the cause of the erosion click here: TheFacts.