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Paradisical Palawan Part II: Coron/Basuanga

Sunday, 12 Feb 2012 | Views [944]

There are only so many gorgeous white sand beaches and seafood buffets a guy/girl can take before he/she feels ready for the next mystical adventure, so we made an executive decision (can you have an executive with two people?) to cut our time in El ... Read more >

Paradisical Palawan Part I: Puerto to El Nido

Friday, 10 Feb 2012 | Views [2434]

After a somewhat painful night bus trip (eight hours, uncomfy chairs and resultant fluid retention/‘cankles’, Americans in front of us whose favourite topic of conversation was ‘cute faces on fat chicks’) we arrived in the Philippines’ somewhat notorious ... Read more >

Photos: Palawan Part 2

Friday, 10 Feb 2012 | Photo Gallery

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Photos: Palawan Part 1

Friday, 10 Feb 2012 | Photo Gallery

Puerto Princessa, Port Barton and El Nido
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The Rice Terraces of Batad

Friday, 27 Jan 2012 | Views [1015] | Comments [3]

Our next destination was Batad, a tiny village nestled amongst the most beautiful of the Philippines’ famous rice terraces, which were engineered by some very enterprising tribespeople (the Ifaguo) over 2000 years ago. Because of its remote location, ... Read more >

Photos: Batad (The Rice Terraces)

Friday, 27 Jan 2012 | Photo Gallery

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Photos: San Juan, Sagada and Bontoc

Wednesday, 25 Jan 2012 | Photo Gallery

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Welcome to the Philippines: surfing and spelunking (respectively) in San Juan and Sagada

Tuesday, 24 Jan 2012 | Views [2035] | Comments [1]

After saying goodbye to the beautiful, crazy mess that was India, we found ourselves back in the delightful low cost terminal in KL and then up in the air again en route to the second half of our mystical adventure: the Philippines! The flight over ... Read more >



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