I’ve been living in Palawan for almost 3 months now. I’m currently based in El Nido, Palawan taking up a temporary job here but prior to that I worked on a very exciting project in Taytay for NoaNoa Island, a Palawan Private Island Estate that is now open for rentals and bookings. I stayed in the island for 11 days working on the design and also taking some of the photographs for the website. It’s quiet, serene and the reef surrounding the island is probably the best snorkeling I have seen. (Take a look at my Underwater Shots here).
If you are flying Jetstar Asia this June and July, don’t forget to check out the latest issue of Jetstar Inflight Magazine June-July 2012 issue. I got write-ups with photos about the food in Angeles City. Many thanks to Tin and Rico of Angeles City Tourism Office for assisting in this assignment. Angeles City is an emerging food haven that I would certainly go back there just to eat.
If you’re flying on board Philippine Airlines this April, check out the latest issue of Mabuhay Magazine April 2012. Their main feature is Palawan but I wrote a short article on Pandan and Tibiao Antique. It’s very interesting and a good alternative if you’re visiting Boracay. Pandan Antique is just 30-45minutes away from Caticlan. Check it out. In the meantime, here are the images used on the article.
If you’re flying Seair anythime this month, do check out their latest Inflight Magazine. I got a couple of photos on a spread. The Cape Engano lighthouse in Palaui Island, Cagayan as well as a photo of Pension Ivatan in Batanes.
If you’re flying Philippine Airlines this month of March, don’t forget to get a copy of the March 2012 edition of Mabuhay Magazine, their travel and lifestyle Inflight Magazine. Inside, I wrote and took photos on Cotabato City entitled “Cotabato’s Pride”. Sharing here some photos the magazine used for the article.
If you’re flying Jetstar Asia anytime this month of February 2012, do check out the Jetstar Magazine, the airline’s Inflight Magazine. I have a 5 page story there on the Fort on how a military encampment morphed into Manila’s playground for the trendy and hip. Accompanying the article are awesome photos from Lester Ledesma and Walter Villa. I also have a couple there on my own. Check out the pages here.