Capiz Shells for Ornaments and the Treasures of Capiz

September 24, 2008 at 6:27 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Capiz shells are probably the most beautiful raw material for an indoor or outdoor ornament making. There are a lot of Capiz made decors and designs that made it to the world market today and knowing that these shells indeed came from Capiz itself, it makes me as a Filipino to be proud of myself having such a captivating treasure to be proud of.

There are actually a thousand and one of those sea treasures that you can find in Capiz alone not to mention more than 1000 island that have their own seas that surround them. The Philippines is truly a treasure of the orient seas and is gifted to be surrounded by water which gave the country an edge over communication using the sea trade from the early times of the galleon trade to today’s nuclear armaments of the U.S. in the country.

There are also a lot of quality marine species that you can find in Capiz, an island in the Panay group of islands located in the Philippines. This is the same reason why Capiz was also known for it being the seafood capital of the Philippines and many locals come to feast on this when they arrive in the island for a vacation or a leisure trip to relax from a week or a month long stress from work.

There are also a lot of tourists that come regularly in the island making it one of the most targeted real estate in Panay. Thre surely are more than these stuff to discover over the island especially if you come over in summer where you will also see a lot of kids and teen agers frying in the sun doing skim boarding in the shallow shores of the different beaches and resorts. Come to Capiz and you will be amazed at how the island treats tourists and visitors from the people to the featured places and traditions.

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