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About this picture:
One of my favorite things to do in the Philippines was island hopping. Either through a guided tour or paying a privately hired boat by the docks, one is able to see the surrounding smaller islands around the various mainland islands the Philippines has to offer. In the coast of Siargao, there are three main islands - Daku, Guam, and Naked Island (featured here). Naked island as the name implies is simply just a sandbar standing on its own. It was probably my favorite island of the three since it is the most unique.
About this picture:
In the small surf island of Siargao, Philippines, there is a natural swimming pool that only occurs in low tide. Once the ocean recedes due to the lunar pools, a crystal blue and green hue pool emerges. Tourists and locals alike come to cliff jump into the clear water and enjoy the afternoon under the sun. I got the chance to ride a scooter to the pools and experience it myself. It was as clear as I had read in the travel blogs and as blue as the sky.