I’M BACK IN THE PHILIPPINES!

I’M SO EXCITED TO BE BACK IN THE PHILIPPINES!

Get ready for another fun travel series full of adventure around this beautiful country!

Kicking off things in Manila, in this episode we start at I’M HOTEL and travel to El Nido, Palawan where we end up at RC Villas and Resort.

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26 Replies to “I’M BACK IN THE PHILIPPINES!”

  1. Keana Besuña

    What's her nationality Steve she's morena like just a Filipina🇵💕🇭 New subscriber here mwahhhhhh

  2. Noel Santos

    I've watched numerous travel videos to Palawan, and your video is the only one with important info I need. Like what do you do after you arrived at the airport. Do you take a bus, take a tricycle or what. Your video says it all for first timers in Palawan. Thank you, plan to be there around May or June.

  3. LikeMardons

    Awesome! The hotel looks so good!! We are yet to visit El Nido but it's on the list! We're currently travelling round Sorsogon, exploring the hidden gems that it has to offer! 🙂 – Jay

  4. lionhearted1969

    Many Nepalese and Bhutanese really look like Filipinos until they speak. I had two officemates in Qatar years ago I thought they were Filipinos so I started to talk to them in Filipinos and they looked askance figuring out what I was talking about. Until my Filipino officemates told me they're Nepalese.

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