Under the rainbow - This is an image taken at the beach right out the front of our home stay in El Nido
Rippled Pump - A Filipino pump boat that has finished its tour for the day
Coconut Haven - Nacpan Beach, a 40 minute ride from El Nido, an absolutely amazing unspoiled beach
Night Shift - Filipino fishing boat setting sail for the night shift in El Nido
Paradise Shores - Abby and I kayaked for 40 minutes to finally reach a completely jaw dropping island, the only other people here were locals who resided in their hut with their 3 dogs
Purple Perfection - An unbelievable Filipino sunset
Sunlit Horizon - Breathtaking sunset which not only lights up the whole skies, but also creates the most stunning reflections on the warm water
Baywalk Colours - A small dinghy floats on the reflective ocean beside the baywalk.
Swinging Ship - Two brothers play on a makeshift swing held up by an old pump boat.
Leafy Overlay - Another photo capturing the unspoilt beauty of the Philippines
Reflective Pop - A pump boat floats in the water as the sky lights up overhead, reflecting on the calm water.
Panoramic Oasis - A view from the waters looking back on Guyam Island, a small island off the coast of Siargao.
Beached - A picture taken on Naked Island, an island which is nothing but sand, making it a bare paradise.
Double Palm - Taken on the North East coast of Siargao, we stopped at a burger shop and found this at the restaurant's door step.
Reef Protection - This man sits on his pump boat with his automatic rifle protecting the reef of Siargao Island from TNT fishermen.
Sandy Seclusion - A pump boat took us to an island of pure bliss, the water was our private pool for the day.
Tree Lined - Captured on one of our rides around Siargao Island.
Crystal Clarity - Magpupungko Natural Pools. At low tide this beach exposes rock pools so clear you won't need goggles to snorkel.
Hanging Pools - Another shot from the natural rock pools, spent the day here swimming, jumping off the rock formations and watching the local spear fishermen hunt for dinner.
Cambugahay Flow - Taken at the beautiful Cambugahay falls, a three tier waterfall in the middle of Siquijor Island.
Climb and Fall - The second tier of Cambugahay Falls, a small climb to the top tier.
Rainforest Spring - The first tier of Cambugahay Falls, this tier is the best for swimming, locals have put up a rope swing and the pool is deep enough that you can jump from the ledges.
Sacred Light - This beautiful tree is over 400 years old, locals believe it to possess magical powers. A turquoise spring runs through the base of the tree, filled with small fish.
Streaming Fern - A small flow of water to the side of the top tier of Cambugahay Falls.
Emerald Ox - A man leading one of his most prised possessions through the leafy floor.
Canopy Cave - This man made forrest can be found in Bohol, a strip of road which provides a cool escape from the sun.
Bladed Field - One of the rice terraces in Bohol. I love this picture, it mixes so well the hard work put into rice harvesting but yet in the background we see beautiful palm trees which remind us of a tropical dream.
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