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Entering Barracuda Lake
Philippines

Entering access point towards barracuda lake in Coron.

Copyright: Fung yu
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Uploadet: 10/09/2008
Opdateret: 24/10/2012
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Tags: barracuda lake; coron; palawan; philippines
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