Lush tropical rainforests. Colorful and diverse marine life. White, powdery beaches.
And a city at the heart of the country’s Last Frontier.
Dos Palmas Island Resort
Iwahig Penal Colony
Philippine House of Representatives
Isla Puting Bato
Some Dinner We Can’t Afford
Thanks, Mr. Watt! 🙂
Fantastic! I need a vacation thanks to you!
It’s about time you pass that resignation letter! 😀
Amazing shots for an amazing place!
But the experience was much more amazing, I must say. Thanks again, Ioanna! 🙂
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LMAO @ “Philippine House of Representatives”
Great photos from around the PP area. I actually only saw the township area and didn’t really dig it much, although the roads off the main ones had a bit of character. I should have gotten out and seen more, but I basically just did the underground river then B-lined it to El Nido. Anyway, amazing pics and some great posts around the Phils and SE Asia!!
Can’t blame you for skipping most of the sights in PP. I did, too, at first! There’s something about the word “El Nido” that simply pulls you away. 😉
Yup, that was it for me too…the El Nido syndrome…impossible to resist. lol
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