Life in Flip Flops: Saying Goodbye to Summer in El Nido, Philippines (Part 2)

A beach holiday wouldn't be a beach holiday without lots of photos of the water. I'm not one to just hang out by the shore all day when I'm at the beach - I love the water, love to swim freely and float around looking up into the sky thinking about nothing. So our holiday at Lagen Island Resort was perfect - we were surrounded by pristine waters to swim in, and there was a slew of other water activities to try. We swam with massive carnivorous fish in Miniloc Island, explored beautiful lagoons,  and took a kayak to an empty,  deserted beach. We wanted to try the Hobie Cat at Dibuluan Beach Club but the conditions weren't ideal for sailing, unfortunately.  Maybe next time.

In any case, it's always a good holiday in my book if you spent at least half of it in the water, which we definitely did when we were in El Nido!

The floating cottages at Lagen Island

A hearty breakfast every morning!

The cottages at Miniloc Island.

Underwater photos!

Shot with my GoPro. Off to explore the big and small lagoons of El Nido!

Kayaking inside the small lagoon.

Entalula Island Beach Club

We kayaked from Lagen Island to an empty beach! 

Dibuluan Island Beach Club. It was raining really hard when we went but it didn't dampen our moods. Beaches are a different kind of nice in the rain.

 One last photo before leaving.

A wooden boarding pass! Where else can you find that? 

Time to say goodbye. I can't wait to come back!


mountainsnbeyond said...

wow.. great shots..
hope to visit this place soon :)

Daene | Filipina in Flip Flops said...

Thank you! :)

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