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My last few remaining days in the Philippines were spent in Bohol, the island directly south of Cebu. Although the boat ride there was long and treacherous; I'm glad I ventured over to explore Bohol. This was a great place to end a great trip. I stayed around the southern most area while there, and hopefully this will be of use to you as you consider where to spend your time.

Puerto Princesa is located in Palawan, Philippines. I had very little time here, so I won't say much about the city, but I did a couple of the attractions you'll no doubt hear about if visiting. These aforementioned attractions are The Underground River, and Firefly Tour. I actually don't have much to say about the area, but hopefully the reviews can save you some time and answer a few questions.

If Korea is on your list of places to see (and it should be!) you'll need to know how to use the subway system to get around as it is the most convenient and cheap mode of travel. The subway stretches almost the entire peninsula from north to south, and cost is very low. I love the subway. I can get lost nearly anywhere in Korea, and all I have to do is find my way to the subway and I can get back, no problem.

El Nido is not so much a secret as it was in the past. It seems everyone knows about it if they know of The Philippines, and for good reason. This small town is home to the best island hopping in Palawan, and I would argue it is among the best, if not the best, in all of the Philippines. If you're in search of waterfalls, secret beaches, lagoons, and deserted islands, El Nido is the place to be.

I was lucky enough to be able to be present at a Special Warfare Command base in South Korea for a demonstration of martial arts. Sadly, I didn't have my good camera with me, but the footage I took with my phone should be sufficient enough. This was one of the coolest things I have ever witnessed, and I wanted to share it with you all. This was performed as a sort of practice for a later event, but as you can see, this machine is well oiled and not in need of any fine tuning.

If you're thinking of going to The Philippines, El Nido is a must do. This small beach front town has a lot to offer. The town is nested in a small cove, and just around the corner it opens up in to some of the most beautiful scenery I've ever laid eyes on. This article will cover getting to El Nido, and all the things you will want to know upon arrival. The five days I spent here were my favorite of my time in The Philippines.

Things to do, and things to avoid, while on the tourist hot spot island of Boracay. I can only say so much about what I did, but there are a lot of things I didn't do. Boracay is definitely worth going to, but it is expensive. Don't get me wrong, you can do it cheap-ish, but where's the fun in that? I'll jump from topic to topic, and hopefully by the end of this article you'll have a better idea on how you want to live it up, or not, in Boracay.