I tripped on this stone
Yes I picked myself up in the water almost
I looked around to see
And it did look like somebody saw me
I was glad and I wasn't embarrassed
Not even a little bit
not really at all.
I think it's good when the big things shrink to become the most minute of all.
It means that you're quite at home.
To a place that doesn't belong to the world but inside of you who no longer needs to prove anything anymore. ❤
Had a perfect day today, I spent quality time with my high school classmate Dr. Carmela & nurse Ronabelle. I haven't seen them since we were 15 years old, 1985, 33 years ago. #philippines#launion#slchs1987#highschool
Pass island 🌴 this place is truly magical, by day snorkel, swim, relax on the perfect white sandy beaches. Comment with 🌴 for a wallpaper of this shot and please don't forget to hit save 🙏🏾 #beach#philippines#coron#passisland#travel
111 7303 hours ago
Currently on Island time 🌴🥥🌴 also met some guys with awesome 🚁 drone skills 📸 @colinmanning
A huge throwback to a country where I feel like is almost another home. The Philippines, I can’t wait to go back sometime soon, and even live there for a little! If you’re Filipino or been to the Philippines you’ll understand 🙌🏼 #philippines#philippineairlines#manila
11 5466 hours ago
The Majestic MAYON VOLCANO, is well-known around the world as the “perfect cone” volcano, thanks to its almost symmetric conical shape — a unique feature. It is also the most active volcano in the Philippines, having erupted almost 50 times in the past 400 years alone. With its perfect cone, one could imagine how such nature in this world exist.
I definitely agree that one could not leave this place without taking an image of this wonderful creation. Here’s my tribute to you, Mayon! 🌋