El Nido, Palawan

just me and my backpack
My travel buddy for this new adventure- backpack
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A few essentials – camera to take the best moments of your life, sunblock – for a not-so-burnt skin, sun glasses to protect your eyes and a bonus good looks, too
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A 55-minute flight from Manila is the paradise worth burning into…
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Helicopter Island, also known as Lazy Camel Island. Belongs to Tour B among the islands in Bacuit Bay
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#BurntInParadise
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Enjoying this view of big lagoon, Tour A
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One among the powdery white sand beaches of El Nido
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Hundred plus year-old limestone rock… Be careful, the first cut could be the deepest!
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There’s no way you won’t enjoy this beauty
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On the way to the Secret Lagoon, featuring this clean and clear waters of El Nido
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Guess what, is this deep or shallow?
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The only entrance to Secret Lagoon
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Inside the Secret Lagoon, you’ll meet the Croc Head looking down at you – not the looking down that we know though
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Snake Island, its name is because of its shape that changes daily due to opposing currents that meet the sand bar. The sand bar connects two islands, can be crossed during low tide/ mornings.
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I was able to reach halfway but had to go back since the water is rising already
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My view of big lagoon, Tour A
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The view of the helicopter island from Las Cabanas – a free beach destination near the town. Just 20 minutes land travel
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Tried Las Cabanas on my 2nd day since I don’t have anymore pennies to spend. LOL! You can bring your own snacks and drinks here, no entrance fee too. But please! DO NOT LITTER!
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On the farther side of El Nido, an hour ride away, lies a very serene long beach that not so many has discovered yet. Rode a motorcycle to get here
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My yacht left me… 😦 That could be the best “left behind” situation ever!
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The sight of Lalutaya Island from Nacpan Beach. On my left is the Twin Beach
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It’s like polvoron
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The almost 2 -kilometer cream stretch of sand is ALL MINE!
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I can live here on my own… What a wonderful world!
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