One more week

Published April 18, 2018, 7:00 PM

by Mario Casayuran and Vanne Elaine Terrazola

Children from the Ati indigenous group scour the back beach of Boracay Island for tiny edible shells, a daily chore undertaken during playtime. But this would have to stop starting April 26 when the island is closed down for rehabilitation. (Tara Yap)
Children from the Ati indigenous group scour the back beach of Boracay Island for tiny edible shells, a daily chore undertaken during playtime. But this would have to stop starting April 26 when the island is closed down for rehabilitation. (Tara Yap)
 
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