the coolest summer

thestrangehertravels

Three provinces, six islands, seven days. Summer of 2017 was the best I’ve had so far. From rock formations and waterfalls in Northern Samar to long sandbars and breathtaking views in Leyte. Sambawan Island made our jaw drop with its natural beauty and Kalanggaman Island is a paradise on its own. As if those weren’t enough, I traveled farther down to Cuatro Islas, where the stunning islands of Apid, Digyo, and Mahaba make up for the simplicity of life. Since I still have time, I explored the city of Baybay and even slept at the beautiful campus of Visayas State University. I missed what could have been the best sunset when I left for Tacloban right after chilling at Lintaon Peak. It didn’t end there though, as my wild spirit decided to walk along San Juanico Bridge alone. I still consider it the scariest 25 mins of my life to be honest. And this summer getaway the coolest.

This post is part of #thestrangehertravels photo essay project.

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7 thoughts on “the coolest summer

  1. Some lovely photos here! I love the layout 🙂

    General thought – and I got told this by an experienced blogger (as I am still very much a newbie!)… apparently if you use more than 15 tags you’re less likely to show up on WordPress’ filters because it thinks it’s spam or something?

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    1. Thank you! The layout is a bit hard to do bcoz of WordPress but I make sure it turns out well. ☀️

      And hell, I’ve been blogging for more than three years and it’s the first time I’ve heard of that! Thanks, I’ll definitely keep it in mind!

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