Tara and I spent some time doing research to really be clear on what we want to accomplish and get for the entire trip. Tara, being a professional photographer, and me, being a person who loves taking pictures, based our initial list on the images that came up in Google. We did a search for “indigenous peoples” + Philippines and if a particular picture would catch our interest, we would look it up further.
After alighting the bus in Basey, we walked along the sunny streets towards Delza’s Native Products.
We woke up very early in the morning to enjoy the sunrise in Marabut. It’s been a while since I’ve last visited a beach and this experience made it all the more awesome for me.
Our 15-day Philippine tour was almost coming to an end. And, we intended for it to be a blast.
On our last evening in Tagbilaran, we had dinner with our couchsurfing host, Malou. She’s a bubbly lady who was very helpful to us for this entire Bohol leg of our trip. We met at one of the malls in Tagbilaran and, when I saw her, I just knew that she was the person that we were going to meet.
The last two weeks had been amazing for me. I learned a lot about myself. I got to face fears. And, there were a number of new experiences I never thought I’d ever have.