Lakawon Island

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Lakawon Island: Lakawon is a remote island in Cadiz Viejo meaning “Old Cadiz.” The word “Lakawon” is derived from a dialect called Cebuano where “Lakaw” means “to walk.” The people who speak in this dialect most likely originated from Cebu or in the northwestern part of Negros Occidental. Lakawon is known for its beach resort, white sand, and is said to be one of the popular destinations for locals and tourists.

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Lakawon is a remote island in Cadiz Viejo meaning “Old Cadiz.” The word “Lakawon” is derived from a dialect called Cebuano where “Lakaw” means “to walk.” The people who speak in this dialect most likely originated from Cebu or in the northwestern part of Negros Occidental. Lakawon is known for its beach resort, white sand, and is said to be one of the popular destinations for locals and tourists.

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