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- Store cat & beach pup #35mm
- No need to fret, this photo is taken with a telephoto lens so I'm far from the smol creature 😉
- • safe, secure and super happy to be with you for six point one long years. 💙
- @liwaywayph is a story about the modern and luxurious shaping of Filipino emblems. We have a strong desire to highlight and put on the front page Filipino's plurality and expertise by producing our items locally thanks to the country's archipelago.
A trip from north to south via the capital. They have incorporated inspirations from Filipino elements such as the god Bulul, or the bahay kubo, pineapple fields, local weave designs, and much more into unique home & lifestyle pieces. From plates to salt & pepper shakers, they have lots to offer. They also have a collection of wrap-around pants (free size: can fit S-L) embellished with beads, pompoms, and butterfly embroidery!
Read about my "Local Treasures" series on the website! 🎊 Link in bio ☝🏼
- I am not yet done!
33rd Kota Beach
I'm not gonna describe the beach and will let the pictures speak.
If you are looking for a place to stay in Bantayan, I recommend Kota Beach Resort. Super kind and accommodating staff! And this view 😍
- ✨Who wanna have a barefoot luxury experience at @naypalad .
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📷Thanks for the amazing picture shot! @thesetraveldaze
- 🎶 No matter where I am, I'm standing in Your love 🎶
- Bilar's most famous man-made forest! 🌳 More than being gram-worthy, the place is serene and relaxing 🙌🏻
- A week ago, these tier were dried and empty. Only dried leaves filled these pools since Abra experienced a severe drought. Kaparkan Falls depends its stream through rainfalls and after Typhoon Falcon crossed the region, these waterfall came into a lively flowing stream again. Most of the time, typhoon might be a destruction but for a part of heaven like this, typhoon might be a blessing and giving life to a barren spot. This is how nature comes into its magical and mysterious ways.
Thanks @jshcerteza for the click!
- Undeveloped beachfronts, storming waterfalls, imposing volcanoes, thick jungle, blankets of fish, very unique street food and.... virtually no tourists!
There are over 7,000 islands in the Philippines and the small southern island of Camiguin is my favourite. It’s nowhere near as developed as the tourist hotspots (think mosquito nets and outdoor showers) but to be honest that’s part of its charm.
- 𝐖𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐢𝐬 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐝𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐦 𝐩𝐚𝐫𝐚𝐝𝐢𝐬𝐞?
When palm trees, clear blue skies, white sand and great ocean view are in one place.. My kind of paradise.
What about yours?
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- I am all too aware that sometimes the pictures we see online are not really what the reality is like. Overtourism is a prevalent issue, and holiday destinations are getting busier every year - something I witnessed during my second trip back to El Nido.
For those of us who still want to travel, what can we do to help?
I think travelling off-season would help to alleviate the strain during peak season, and seeking out places that are less popular.
What else do you think could help? Is it something you think about when you book your trips?