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Surfing El Nido- Duli Beach

October 27, 2016
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Introduction to El Nido El Nido’s paradise fame is drawn mainly from the 45 islands that dot the mini-archipelago of Bacuit Bay. And with more than one hundred budget hotels and inns in El Nido to choose from, you are spoiled for choice when you stay here. While most people tend to be enchanted by the island-hopping experience and the picturesque lagoons they often overlook the mainland beaches such as Duli Beach, which extend over an hour north of El Nido’s town proper. The most popular destination is Nacpan Beach, most famous for its long stretch of wide sand and twin beaches…

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Philippines

The Complete Guide to El Nido Tour A B C D and E

May 1, 2016
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El Nido Tour A- Lagoons and Beaches El Nido is known for it’s beautiful powdery white sand beaches and limestone rock formations. The in between of all these are it’s lagoons. Tour A is El Nido’s most popular tour and subjectively it’s most picturesque. The Secret Lagoon takes you to a small island surrounded by limestone karst cliffs. Inside a small hole (you’ll likely crawl through) you enter a massive caldera and end up in what was once a cave. Shimizu Island is famous for the swiftlet nests that produces bird’s nest soup believed to have high nutritional value and…

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Inspiration, Love, Philippines

From honeymoon to nesting in The Birdhouse

March 23, 2016
Next stop home after our long trip from ecuador.  #america #usa #layover #miami #travel #pheonix #seattle #summerdays #fly

We stopped traveling We stopped, so we could move forward. The journey never really ended, it was only the beginning, better things were to come and so here we are…. It’s been about 6 months since we completely “stopped” traveling. After “finishing” our trip in South America, abruptly stopping in Ecuador to backtrack and go north to Seattle and then to the Philippines to process a European visa we would never get. This wasn’t the ideal way of ending our trip but we thought we’d be in Europe for two years after it was all said and done. Instead, Camille and…

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