A small translation into waray-waray (Waray, Samaran, Samareno, Samarenyo), for just over three million people. The waray, or winaray, is a bisaya language of the Philippines. It is spoken in the regions of Samar, Biliran and Leyte. If this language has a significant number of speakers, it is mainly Tagalog that is found in the newspapers or books of the regions where it is spoken, because many waray-language authors choose to write in Tagalog.
Samar is a large island in the Philippines, always wild is quite poor. It has all the assets, with its paradisiacal landscapes, to become a first order tourist destination.