Recap: The Philippines.

This January I traveled across the world to southeastern Asia to explore the beautiful country of Philippines. The country, made up of over 7000 islands, is so diverse and caters to every type of person. Manila is a city of unconstructed chaos, traffic jams like nowhere I’ve ever seen, no road rules, restaurants at every corner, malls galore. Makati, a part of Manila features modern skyscrapers and Greenbelt, a shopping centre that resembles The Grove in Los Angeles. On the contrary, Palawan and surrounding islands are still remotely untouched to the thousands of travelers that I’m sure, in the next 10 years will turn it into the next tourist-packed Boracay. The beaches in Palawan are striking with sun-kissed beauty, fresh seafood at every corner, and dogs dancing on the beaches like they’re truly having the time of their life, everyday and all day. I thank this beautiful country for opening my eyes to such artistry, perfection, and the people of Philippines for being the kindest, sweetest souls I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting.

Here is a collage of some snapshots I took on my voyage.

Left to right, top to bottom:

1. Manila

2. Mount Pinatubo

3. Palawan: Venturing from El Nido to Coron via Tao Expeditions.


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