Bright and early the Flag of the Philippines raises on the municipal building to mark another Monday morning. The elaborate ritual which features symbolic songs, reinvigorating… Read more “Diving in headfirst”
Notes on the GUI fellows’ first week in El Nido.
. Even after forty-six hours of travel from Washington DC, the reason for El Nido’s fame as a tourist destination became immediately apparent
Calitang Elementary School (CES), a stone’s throw away from Nacpan Beach, is home to this year’s Calitang Elementary School Summer Camp organized by Edward Gregorio, the owner of Hammock Homestay, and a group of… Read more “Turtle-tastic Time at the Calitang Elementary School Camp”
Hubo un tiempo en mi vida en el que sentí que estaba en la completa monotonía, que estaba aburrida del tráfico de mi ciudad natal Bogotá –… Read more “El relato de mi experiencia siendo “Environmental Officer Intern” y como me encaminé en esta aventura. Por Estefania Mahecha Rodríguez”
On July 17th and 18th after weeks and weeks of preparation, Usapang Turismo: El Nido 2017 went from a vision us fellows had been holding in our… Read more “Turning Words into Action”
After weeks of planning, series of discussions, and sheer hard work, we have sent the invites, prepared the workshops and finalized the logistics for the Forum. “Usapang… Read more “CONVENING FOR CHANGE”
An online image search of the words “El Nido” produces pages upon pages of island paradise photos: crystal clear blue water, beautifully strange limestone formations, and thriving… Read more “Let’s Talk About Tourism”