Marinduque: ‘Putong,’ Morion, arrowroot and more

So the next time someone asks where you were in that "sun-kissed, beach-bumming" Facebook photo of yours, might as well get all tacky with, "e, di nasa puso mo" (in your heart).   After all, Marinduque, they say, is the "puso" (heart) of the archipelago, an island shaped like one as seen on a map and is geographically at the center of the Philippines.   Marinduque, the least populous (population: 235,000 as of 2015) in Mimaropa (Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon and Palawan), is a province of only six towns. You could actually complete the main island loop in a day.   But of course, it would take more than 24 hours of traveling on seaside roads and rolling...

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