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Tourists Stranded by Typhoon in Boracay Post Photos of the Floods

It’s more fun in the Philippines.
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The country’s most popular beach destination has been flooded in the wake of Tropical Depression Urduja. While flooding along the island’s roads is a common occurrence during the rainy season, the fact that even Caticlan Airport was affected seems pretty unusual.

Of course when you’re stranded, there’s nothing for it but to document your predicament on social media, and that’s exactly what tourists and residents of Boracay did.

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