Inspiration, Photojournal, Post Travel

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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Travel hack

The Ultimate Guide to Travel Hacking Your Honeymoon

September 6, 2016
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Prior to our trip we weren’t really sure how to plan a year-long honeymoon, how does anyone plan a year of anything really. By American standards we’re middle class and hustle just like the rest of you in our day-to-day lives. I’d previously written about travel hacking over a year ago and in between have consulted for a few of you who wanted to learn more. This guide is for the beginning travel hacker it’s a bit long so you can skip around to different sections that you find interesting or move forward to the actual hacking of our honeymoon.…

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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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