Boracay’s Beautiful Sister : Carabao Island

I recently went to Boracay to celebrate my birthday. After staying in the island for two days, partying and spending the night trying to get wasted, I felt like instead of seeking reprieve I end up escaping life itself. The pace started to get into me, parties got me weary and talking to people I barely know started to become somewhat cumbersome experience. The ambivert in me started to kick in, I know what exactly I wanted.

I wanted to escape the party, counter flow the pace, I am leaving the paradise. I headed to Carabao island.

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Once Upon A Time in Kalanggaman

Kalanggaman Island is arguably Leyte’s answer to Boracay of Aklan or El Nido of Palawan minus the exuberant price tags. The 753 m and uninhabited island gained a lot of attention lately, thanks to its remote location, crystal clear water, white powder-like sand, and the long stretch of sandbars on both ends. Continue Reading “Once Upon A Time in Kalanggaman”