|A community by the sea. The first you'll see when approaching the island.|
|The Siquijor Port. I really find this place so theatrical. |
When I was taking this photo I was visualizing a panting man running
after her woman who left off on a boat. Heck, too much watching Korean Drama, lol.
|Walkway by the sea. Siquijor Island has zero crime rate, |
so even if you stay here late no one's gonna touch you.
It's best to hire a motorcyle to take you around the island, and also you
can always request for a stop at any place you find interesting.
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- think nothing and just look at the sea in awe.
|Thinking corner. My favorite place the whole week we're here.|
|Bromance. I spotted these guys while wandering around.|
I thought I should really write about the ordeal of some of fishermen affected by
the booming tourism on this island. But first, how can I not admire the beauty of
this capture - pure and unspoiled.
|Solitude. The best place to reconnect with your soul and be the best|
company of yourself.
|Keep Calm and dream on.|
|Salagdoong Beach. The seawater slide - the landing is too deep, I got scared to try.|
|The unfathomable double-edged nature. How can it be that at one point |
this can be the calmest of seas and at some point, the most frantic
and deadliest of seas?
|The Innocence of summer. This is how children make memories|
- carefree, pure, natural yet the happiest I know it can be.
I learned so much from their laughters just watching them from afar.
|The perfect golden hour.|
|The sunrise. A new day begins on this island.|
|The sunset. A nostalgic promise that another wonderful day is yet to come.|