So let’s go back to the scene in the van, the place where we met some forever friends through total serendipity. Which then led to meeting more friends, marking El Nido, Philippines as one of the most memorable destinations of our trip so far. Community observation: Bonds are strengthened and communities are developed when people are in […]Read more "Communities: Travelers (Part II)"
We have compiled some of our favorite photographs from our incredible 12 days in The Philippines. Our destinations included Manila, Puerto Galera, Taal Lake, Puerto Princesa, and El Nido. – K & SRead more "Through the Lens: The Philippines"
Aesthetically, The Philippines and the USA don’t share much in common. The beautiful U S of A holds its fair share of nature’s gems, but nothing quite like the gorgeous, dignified, lush green mountains that spurt out of The Philippines’ shallow aquamarine waters (barring Hawaii, which I’ve never been to and can’t comment on). […]Read more "Hoop Dreams (and Other U.S. Influences)"
“The Red Horse is a decent brew”, said Ryan Potts, a Junior Brewer from England, who I met the other day in a cramped minivan and am now bunking with in El Nido, Palawan. He happened to have worked at the last micro-brewery in Sunderland, so the boy knows what he’s talking about. This is […]Read more "Booze Review: Red Horse Beer"