Thursday, November 14, 2013

On idyllic Philippine island, typhoon hints at tourism paradise lost

By Aubrey Belford SANTA FE, Philippines (Reuters) - On one side, the Anika Island Resort faces a glittering stretch of azure sea. The hotel is the only one of 32 to avoid demolition by Typhoon Haiyan in Santa Fe, an idyllic tourist town on Bantayan island flattened by one of the world's biggest storms. The destruction here reflects the damage to the tourism industry in many typhoon-hit parts of ... More here: On idyllic Philippine island, typhoon hints at tourism paradise lost

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