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Few Days After Reopening, Certain Resort In Boracay Experience Leakage Again

A certain resort in the Boracay Island experience leakage again a few days after the reopening of the popular tourist destination.

Last week (October 26, 2018), the famous Boracay Island has finally reopened welcoming both local and foreign tourists after six months of rehabilitation.

The popular tourist spot implements stricter rules and regulations in the island to maintain the peace and cleanliness on the island.


The management sets a limit to the number of tourists per day and prohibits the tourists to do certain things that could affect the island negatively.

The government also prohibited several establishments and hotels to operate in the island for failing to comply with all the requirements.


Recently, the Facebook page “Protect Boracay” has uploaded the photo of a leakage spotted at a certain resort in Boracay.


The photo shows the leakage found at Real Maris Resort in Boracay Island wherein the leak is flowing into the front beach.

The social media users have also expressed their reactions on the incident:

Boyet Javelona Sison: “ immediately cancel their permit to operate.”

Marcelino Zabal: “You need a centralized water/sewage treatment plant where everybody is hooked into it, now you have hundreds of holding tanks that may or may not work.”

Febgirl Aloba: “Mas mabuti nlng siguro na isara na naman. Hay! Naku! Tao nga ba naman…di nlng nadala.

Lovely Fabito: “Ipasara nayan ang titigas ng mga ulo nakaka bwesit na. Mga salot sa kalikasan”

Democrito Pelicano: “Ano ba Yan .passway parin kayo.dinadamay nio LNG ANG.iba.dapat tuloyan na sirado .HOY Pilipino Kaba.”


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