One of our best memories is about Cobá archeologic site. Less known that Chichen Itza or Tulum, that was a nice visit, in the middle of a giant forest with multiple temples. Ruins of Cobá in Quintana Roo, Mexico 🇲🇽 .
Don’t go chasing waterfalls or you’ll have to sport a #bandaid like this one too ☝️😅
[But seriously I got the bruised knee from freediving the day before at #apoisland , which #travelblog may or may not follow this post.]
In any case, the mystical falls behind me is Valencia’s Pulangbato Falls in Negros Oriental. At first dip, the water seemed unbearably cold, but there was something about the coldness that made the water more refreshing than debilitating. The smell of sulfur from the red rocks was enticing [for me] and even though the sharp rocks caused the wounds on my feet to reopen, the bath was definitely worth it.👌
Visit #Pulangbatofalls#wheninnegrosoriental#exploreVisayas#travelphilippines ❤️
"The Tree of Light" ⛅
Some very dynamic skies that we stumbled across while traveling through Utah on the motorbikes. I always love coming across random scenes like this. Who knew that some of my favourite photos from the whole trip would be taken at some random turn off from a highway in the middle of nowhere? 📸
I'm going to be posting a very different kind of photo tomorrow morning. It's a genre of photography that I haven't really delved into, so I hope you guys enjoy. Stay tuned! It should be up around 9am PST.