Respond with a smile and a simple “thank you.” You deserve to be flattered, so accept it, and enjoy it!©Jane Powell – Meditations for Women Today’s Affirmation: I deserve to complimented and accept them with ease.Cainta faces different challenges especially with its boundary disputes with Pasig (Greenpark Village, Karangalan Village, St.Joseph Subdivision, Villarica Subdivision, Riverside, and Midtown Village), Taytay (Greenland and eastern part of Cainta), and Antipolo (Valley Golf and Country Club, Valley View, and Palmera Heights) Cainta is bounded on the north by Marikina City and Antipolo City but not bounded San Mateo, on the west by Pasig City, and on the east and south by Taytay.Puting Buhangin which literally means white sand is located in Barangay Ibabang Polo at the southwestern part of Pagbilao Grande Island in Pagbilao, Quezon.
The cove is also known for its beautiful limestone rock formations that form a unique cave famously known as Kwebang Lampas.
Much of the Philippines’ vast voter base is made up of young people — many of whom were not even born during the height of anti-Marcos rhetoric in the years immediately following the 1986 ‘people power revolution’ that ousted the late President Marcos.
Instead, they came of age in a period marked by widespread failure under the watch of a direct heir of the “heroes” of that revolution — current Philippine President Benigno Simeon ‘BS’ Aquino III — to make good on the promise of a better Philippines following the fall of the “Evil One”. One cannot blame Filipinos today for scrutinising the whole Marcos-Bad-Yellow-Good narrative through a more critical lens.
According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 322,128 people, making it the second most populous municipality in the Philippines (after Rodriguez, Rizal), although there are efforts underway to convert it into a city.
Its income of Php 1,251,517,325.79 makes it the richest municipality in the country.
Puting Buhangin for me is the most scenic of all the beaches we visited in Padre Burgos and Pagbilao during our island-hopping marathon.