My flight from Shanghai to Manila had been obscured by the fact that I had just finished my overland journey. Now that I was traveling again within The Philippines to Puerto Princesa, Palawan I remembered why I hated airline security. What’s more was the fact that it has become worse over the past 4 years. No liquids, no extra batteries, shoes off, belt off - problem. I’d lost weight. The fact I was wearing blue boxer shorts was no longer a secret.
I’d left my main backpack in Manila to avoid Cebu Pacific’s annoying 15KG limit for internal flights, so I just had an overloaded carry on bag. There’s a nice sign at check in saying “Laptop’s can be carried separately” What’s more my extra camera batteries didn’t cause a fuss either.
Grabbing my window seat I noticed Cebu Pacific don’t seem to like cleaning their windows very much. Hence the photograph above looks a bit strange. But then, I like it. I’ve never seen a “Tropical” Island from the air before, so it was nice.
I've been traveling the world for over 4 years in search of a place to call home. Along the way I've been photographing the rea…
Guso is a seaweed that’s been soaked in vinegar and mixed with ginger, red bell pepper and tomato with some onion, its served cold.
I wasn’t expecting much from Brooke’s Point. In fact one of the only reasons I was going there was that no one had anything to say about the place.
Of all street food in the Philippines Siomai is as close to my favorite as it gets.
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