Culion Photo Diary

I have been trying over the past days to come up with the right words to describe Culion. It’s not that I don’t have anything to say; it’s that I have too many – too many words, moments, thoughts, stories….Edited15

It’s lots of the small things, really.  We – Guido, Ryan, and I – were there for different reasons. Guido is a co-owner of a tour business there (check out Kawil Tours); Ryan came along to set up an Aquaponics prototype (check out Bahay Kubo Organics); and I…well, I was there to cheer them on (?) and take photos and write stories and stuff (check me out).

When the year started, I was panicking about work and health and life, in general. I had nothing planned whatsoever, not even trips, and that frightened me. I only knew that I wanted to write – to uncover the stories worth telling and write about them in a way that gets people thinking and feeling. I never expected to find myself in the northernmost part of Palawan, for eight days, in an island that used to be a leprosarium, where electricity is only from 12 noon to 12 midnight; where the sunsets are gorgeous, and the sunrises even more so; and where everything above the sea and below it will leave you at a loss for words – or an abundance of them.

Seriously, I could go on and on about Culion, but for now I leave you with these photos. Point is, I am truly grateful for this experience. I miss the people terribly (especially the kids!) and I hope to come back again soon. 🙂


3 responses to “Culion Photo Diary”

  1. I saw your first few lines in the Travel feed and clicked to see where exactly Culion is…and was thrilled to see that it’s actually in the Philippines! It’s beautiful, and your photos are lovely!

    1. Yes it is!! You should go there 🙂 Thank you so much for checking out my post 🙂

  2. Culion is amazing! I wanna go back there and hold a workshop.

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