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Glamping in El Nido- Part 1: The Journey to The Birdhouse

September 10, 2016
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The Coconut Field This post is the first of a 3 part series we’ve decided to do. It’s been a long journey for u  to get here and it might be a bit of a journey for you to get to us. We’ve been hosted all around the world and are happy to know we’ll be hosting people in our own home and hotel. Part 1 is The Journey to The Birdhouse, Part 2 The Nests of The Birdhouse and Part 3 The Mother Nest Our Home. We ask that you continue to share our love for travel (and this…

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9 + 1 tips how to get your vacation photography to a whole new level

May 29, 2015
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We in Localgrapher believe that great vacation photos are essential part of any getaway. We know that professional vacation photos are becoming a “must” – but hey! Your vacation photographer can’t be with you all the time so basic photography skills are necessary for all travellers! So you want to be better at vacation photography? Then don’t hesitate and read these 9+ 1 easy tips. We guarantee that your next vacation photos will be way better… 1) Take those photos! This might seems obvious but it’s not! Many people want to have cool photos in their vacation album, but they…

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Inspiration, Philippines, Photojournal, Travel

10 THINGS I MISS ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES

March 30, 2015
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   I found that in the deepest depths of my heart is my home – The Philippines Traveling the world is by far the most amazing thing you can do in your life. But I can’t deny the fact that my heart still yearns for home. Yes I am a fully pledged Filipino, born and raised in the Philippines but been living abroad, traveling and have been away from ‘home’ for the last 4 years. I’m pretty sure lots has changed  but that  makes me all the  more aching to go back and experience everything that home has to offer. “Home…

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