This was my first time to camp out in an island and sleep under the stars.
It’s known for its white sand beaches, lakes, caves, coves and of course, diverse marine life.
I confess though, there’s still so much to see and eat in this place!
I’ve been infatuated with a few islands, but this one, I fell in love with Siargao.
Enjoy Local Food!
Celebration of life, a way for the people to give thanks to nature, for the wealth of culture and the bountiful harvest.
This is something I’ve learned in yoga – setting your intention and letting it go.
An overnight stay felt like I had a good 3day vacation!
When we got back from the island to our surprise our little boat cannot dock because of the waves!
Puerto Princesa, Palawan is known for the Subterranean River or also called the Underground River, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. I was able to experience it with my family last March. It’s really an interesting piece of art and is defnitely a must see when you…