When you’re in the Philippines, it’s easy to forget the country is one of the poorest nations in the world.
But in recent years, it has become an international tourist hotspot, with some of the best hotels and dining options in the country.
Here’s what to know.
First, the basics: Puerto Ricans make up more than half of the island nation’s population, and most of them live on the island.
They’ve lived in this country for generations, with a history that includes a long line of colonial administrators.
In fact, they are the descendants of the original inhabitants of the tiny island nation of Maalula, who settled in the early 19th century.
Since then, the population has grown exponentially.
The island’s population has ballooned from 1.6 million to 7.7 million since the 1970s, and it is now one of Asia’s most populous nations.
But while the island is still a bit of a mystery to outsiders, locals love to tell their stories.
“I love telling my story because there are so many things that have happened here that I didn’t know about,” said Luis Guzman, a Puerto Rican who runs the Puerto Rican Cultural Center.
I’m Puerto Rican, but I’m not a Puerto Ricans, so I’m Puerto Ricos, too.
Guzman is one part of a growing group of Puerto Ricanos who’ve spent decades telling their stories to visitors, and they’ve been known to share anecdotes and stories about the island with the press.
In the 1970, for instance, Guzman had an experience that changed his life.
During a visit to the island, he came across a village that was once a plantation that was built by the colonial government, the first to be built on the territory.
The story went that the plantation was built to house slaves, and Guzman said the plantation would have been a hotbed for drug trafficking.
But when he saw the island’s original plantation, he knew he had to do something to help the islanders.
He bought the land, and the plantation became known as Maalulan, which means “The City of the Maaluleans.”
“It’s like a new country,” Guzman told the Inquirer in 2014.
“It’s the first thing you see.”
Guzman has a plan to bring the story back to the mainland.
In a 2016 interview with the Inquiver, he said he was determined to do just that.
At the time, he was in charge of a team of about 100 Puerto Ricoms who worked to bring a new chapter to the territory, as well as the surrounding communities.
And the team’s first mission was to revitalize the Maasai Mara, a traditional village and forest that is now home to about 3,000 Maasay.
Maasai-speaking villagers and government officials have been using the Maalamu forest as a cultural center, and that, combined with Guzman’s efforts, has turned it into a tourist attraction.
The Maalamulan is now a major tourist attraction for tourists from around the world, as it is not only one of Europe’s most visited UNESCO World Heritage sites, but also a key tourist destination in the Caribbean.
As part of that effort, Guiness bought a historic hotel in Maalamulu, which is located just north of the city of Maasau.
Guzman also purchased a hotel in Taguig, a popular tourist destination on the coast of Puerto Rico, and opened an upscale restaurant called La Tanga, a combination of a French restaurant and a traditional Filipino restaurant.
While the Maalaureans have enjoyed success in Maaluma, the tourism industry has been struggling to keep up.
Guiness told the newspaper that Maalulu is struggling to attract a similar level of visitors, but that he plans to invest in Maalauma and build a new hotel on the mainland to continue the momentum.
And now, he’s going to build on that momentum.