2/27/13


On our second full day in Coron, we explored the town for the afternoon, hiked up Mount Tapyas for the sunset and then headed to the Manquit Hot Springs. In my books, that's the perfect way to end the day. However, Mike was actually pretty stoked when our trike driver started blasting some 90s rap on our ride home. We have some hilarious (blackmail-worthy) video of the moment! ;)

*Check out the guest post we did on the Traveling Triplets blog! Thanks Kylie!

16 comments:

  1. Great photos. What a cool place! And now I want whatever that girl in the first photo is drinking.

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  2. Loving that last photo! What a beautiful sunset behind the mountains.

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  3. I would love to know what kind of lens and camera you use! Your photos always turn out so amazing!

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    1. we use a canon mk ii. on this trip, we used mostly a 50mm lens! :)

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  4. amazing shots, olivia. love this.

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    1. haha...

      janis i love this post. so great. thanks for coming by to TT to share your words of wisdom! such beautiful photos and adventures, per usual!

      miss you!

      xo

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  5. 90s songs are MY JAM. i want to see this video! was it robyn? hanson? gangstas paradise?

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  6. ah! you *have* to share that video! :)

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  7. These pictures just remind me SO much of our trip to Thailand! Looks like you had an awesome time!

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  8. oh, what an adventure you're on...
    these photos and stories are just too good.

    xoxo

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  9. i want to see that video...does it involve JT? i think i saw something on facebook about that...
    ps lovely warm photos as usual. and cool herschel backpack!! miss you guys :(

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  10. love these so so much. i'm currently in Central America visiting family and trying to learn spanish. i don't want to miss out on all the amazing photo opportunities here. what are your tips on taking pictures of people and the cities with a big camera. i dont have a terribly fancy camera. but it's a nice DSLR and makes me more of a target then if i didnt carry it. what measures do you take to not get your camera stolen, for you to be safe, and to still get these pictures. i'd love to know! xx

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  11. Absolutely Stunning! Just found your blog and LOVE it!

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thanks so much for writing! i love hearing from you!

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