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Extremely strong Habagat
Super Typhoon USAGI / Odette enhances the sout-west monsoon (Habagt). Strong winds with gusts up to 80 km/h and occasionally strong rainfalls haunt the whole west coast of the Philippines.
At our beach in Agoho, Camiguin thousands of tons of sand are moved around and the whole coastline changes its shape.
A cargo ship off the beach of Agoho, Camiguin fights with the waves.
The usually straight coast line between Agoho and Bug-Ong is indented. Our neighbor lost most of his beach and beachfront lawn.
The fishermen on our beach brought their boats up un our sea-wall. Lost out on the flooded beach one can see the dive-boats of our neighbors and friends, the Camiguin Action Geckos.
I have to finish this report because we have no electricity since 1:00 p.m. and I am running out of battery power.
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