When I was in Coron with my family, we would shout ‘DIZZZ IZZZ BRAZIL’ when we arrived at some tourist sites. Copying and playing around with Dominic Torretto’s line in Fast & Furious was our way of saying that we really loved that site!
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‘Irene, how do we travel directly from Boracay to El Nido or vice versa?’ This is usually the question I receive through email or social media from people I meet during backpacking trips when they are visiting the Philippines. As travelers, we always look for the most efficient routes to destinations we want to visit. And who wouldn’t want a direct transit from two of the best islands in the world, right?
I wanted to visit Aiyanar since the summer but could not find the time. Coincidentally, my sister was craving for a beach trip so I told my mom that we should celebrate her birthday there.
There’s a reason why Palawan was named the Best Island in the World by Conde Nast Traveler for 2 straight years. It truly is a paradise. Having just been to Coron the past month, my family has been blessed to experience gratefully the very best of Palawan in 2 straight months. Grateful for birthday travel months and cheap airfares!
“DIZ IZ BRASILLLLLL”
Remember that scene in Fast & Furious 5 where Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) said the phrase, This is Brazil! to Hobbs (The Rock). Well, this was our favorite line while we were in Coron. We haven’t been to Brazil but we all know how beautiful Brazil is through pictures or movies so whenever we step into a new place in Coron or take beautiful pictures we would say DIZ IZ BRASILLLLLL in enthusiasm. Continue reading