As the van slowly pulled into Potter’s, we were immediately welcomed by Ate Ming and Ding’s delicious food and Yumi’s affectionate smile. Though we were sad to… Read more “Homecoming”
Hours wrought with anxiety as we, a group of nine, sat agitated in a dark room over the glow of several phone screens. To which resorts would… Read more “Nature’s Curse”
I could confidently deduce that the infamous sandflies, locally known as the “nik-nik”, have personal vendettas against me. A few minutes lying on the sand in an… Read more “What’s Nik-Nikxt?”
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”