Let the island hopping begin⛵️ . Welcome to Palawan series📸 . TIPS: Island hopping tours are offered all over this island. All of the islands have their own unique beauty so pick one that best suits your interest. Do some research beforehand but honestly all the islands that looks amazing and you can’t go wrong with any of them. . . #elnido#palawan
This hazy photo was taken before diving into the open sea. It was raining real hard that day pero laban lang! Dived without a life jacket is like surfing without a leash, very liberating. Thanks to RicGem’s crew for keeping me safe. 🧜🏽♀️
Sailing kayak in Big Lagoon, Palawan, Elnido, Phill is really awesome. You can see clearly the bottom of the lagoon and feel how cool the water is. Right now in Hanoi, the weather is terrible that makes me wanna come back to Elnido. #biglagoon#elnido
Gone swimming 🏊🏻♀️🏊🏻♀️ . For real though, going for a dip at work today! Helping with the REEF (Reef Environmental Education Foundation) Great Annual fish count! 🐠🐟🦈 While we’re talking about fish, the Philippines gets a bad rap for the use of dynamite fishing in the past. But when I was there, I met so many Filipinos who have invested in the regrowth of their reefs, which were much healthier than what I’ve seen in other places. Many of the tour guides in El nido come from fishing families that have spear fished in those waters for generations. They’ve change ...
• Palm Tree • Palm trees represent the need for emotional freedom or need to exile oneself of memories that are of no further use to self. Palm trees are symbolic of peace giving and receiving. It asks you to hold onto your faith. Palm trees symbolises beauty, strenght & stability. Because only the strong choose to stay and love. #blessedandgrateful#elnido