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    Ashfall from the recent eruption of the Mayon volcano has caused several flights to and from the nearby airports in Legazpi and Naga to be cancelled. These include Cebu Pacific flights from 
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  • Discovering Canada’s heritage of craftsmanship and ingenuity

    Well it’s our second day in Calagary and the weather, contrary to what the locals insist on telling me, has been quite cold. But other than that, everything else has been just perfect. After a short ...

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More flights cancelled due to Mayon ash

Carlos Munda January 23, 2018
Ashfall from the recent eruption of the Mayon volcano has caused several flights to and from the nearby airports in Legazpi and ...

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Well it’s our second day in Calagary and the weather, contrary to what the locals insist on telling me, has been quite ...