The Locals | Southern Leyte

9/19/2016

Every place has a natural beauty to offer. It can be a calming beach, a breathtaking mountain view, or a challenging cave. We are always fascinated by every landscape we encounter during our trip. But there is something that makes a place so unique, so special - its people.

Aside from sharing with you the beautiful places I've seen and the sample itineraries I've made, I want to give you a glimpse on how the locals of a certain town survive their everyday lives. I'll be posting a series of photoblogs and call it The Locals.

For the first edition of The Locals, here are some portraits of the strangers we've met in the province of Southern Leyte.

A kid giving his best shot

A devotee who braved hundreds of steps to light a candle in Monte Cueva

A passenger patiently waiting for the bus trip from the town of Maasin to Matalom

A local of Matalom contemplating in the port

A skillful boat crew assisting us during our boat ride to Canigao Island

Mother and daughter riding a boat to Matalom

A family from Canigao Island

Kuya Sam, the tour guide in Limasawa Island telling us the story behind Magellan's expedition

Kuya Jovan, the habal-habal driver who showed us the best spots of Limasawa Island

Nanay Nokring, the resort owner who took care of us during our vacation

A kid preparing for his dive

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