They say "a picture speaks a thousand words". Well, the ones below tell quite a story! The Philippines was sooo stunning...I probably took 100k photos traveling there. Out of all those shots, I chose the best 15 to showcase the country's true beauty:
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#15 - The view during lunch @ Bohol Beach Club.
#14 - This fiery sunset over "Jacking Horse", Siargao Island
#13 - A traditional Filipino house, called a bahay kubo
#12 - This powdery, white-sand beach on Bantayan Island, Cebu
#11 - The breathtaking limestone cliffs of Coron, Palawan
(Click the photos below for #10-#7)
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#6 - The once-in-a-lifetime sunset on Boracay's White Beach
#5 - Twilight silhouettes in General Luna, Siargao Island
#4 - Iconic "Willy's Rock", on Boracay's White Beach
#3 - A perfect sunrise @ Bohol Beach Club
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#2 - The famous surf breaks @ Cloud 9, Siargao Island
#1 - The grand finale...this little slice of hammock-heaven in Bohol:)
While it may not be perfect (really, what country is?), the natural wonders of the Philippines are as close to perfection as I have ever seen. On top of this, the people radiate a warmth and beauty that is truly unparalleled in today's world. I miss it every day.
Only those who have been here know how truly unforgettable this country is.
Thanks for reading, and feel free to share the island love!
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Been to the Philippines? What did you think?