Day 1 – Boxing day. We decided to go on a family outing to El Nido with my sister, brother-in-law and my mom as well as my older brother’s family. We were in total 7 adults and 4 children. We hired a van and took the 6-hour drive to the town of El Nido from
Its nearly December, and we are counting the days for our annual Christmas homecoming. We are fortunate to go home every year to paradise. I am not joking. We are from Palawan. Yup, that island that always features in among the world’s best beaches. It is even more special for us because we get to
Before Palawan came to be the Philippines’ top tourist destination (due largely to the Underground River being voted as one of the new seven wonders), it used to receive bad press (malaria-infested, leper colony in Culion, Iwahig penal colony) and for some reason, we had this idea as children that the Palawan natives have tails.
This is my grandmother, Nanay and my daughter, Julia. Nanay might have looked like Julia when she was still a baby and Julia will probably look like Nanay when she gets old, don’t you think?