When the Spaniards arrived on the east coast of the peninsula in 1567. The southern tip most of the largest island of Luzon in the Philippines, they were greeted by the smiling faces of the people localfishing village. One Spaniard asked: “Whats the name of this place?” spanning his hand across the land where thousands of white flowers bloomed under the coconut trees lining up the shoreline. The natives smiling proudly, extending out their arms showing off what makes their village so bright: “Bacongon!”. The Spaniard continued to span his hand across the beach to the last cove towardsthe east to ask if there was more land after, the natives, pointing to the golden sunset “Sirangan!”. To this date, the flower of Bacongon brighten the fishing village.
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