Racuh a Payaman

Uyugan, Batanes

Rakuh a Payaman commonly known as Marlboro Country located in Uyugan, Batanes. It's one of the best views in Batanes, with cows and carabaos grazing, rolling hills, waves crashing on the shore, with a view of another quaint lighthouse built in the distinct Batanes style.

Racuh a Payaman or Marlboro Country News

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