Salibungot, Jomalig Island

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Pulling up the anchor so we can finally start the 5-hour boat trip to Jomalig Island..
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Jomalig Island before sunset
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Jomalig Island before sunset
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Sunset @ Jomalig Island
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Sunset @ Jomalig Island
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Jomalig Island @ night
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felt like singing β™ͺβ™«I’m being followed by a moonshadow… moonshadow… moonshadow β™ͺβ™« πŸ˜€

 

Jomalig Island – the day after

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just love looking at this! ❀
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that early morning light
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the “crowded” side of Jomalig Island
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nu-uh… I ain’t into “obligatory pix” πŸ˜€
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Jomalig Island
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wouldn’t mind staring at this for hours! ❀
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Bye, Jomalig! πŸ˜₯
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Jomalig Island
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“2nd floor” of our boar
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It was so hooot inside the boat.. no air coming in, people, including me, opted to stay outside and on the wings of the ferry

In order to loose weight (so the boat can actually dock on the shore) some of the passengers (including me and my 2 friends) had to ride compressed styrofoam pulled by the crew.

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