After arriving at the station, that’s when we knew we will not be seeing Asosan’s crater up close. They raised the eruption level to 2 so tourists weren’t allowed to go near.
I have one friend who told me to make a blog post on how I take my solo shots during solo travels. So here I am, trying to create a mini guide in taking your perfect solo travel photos.
They say, “third time’s a charm”. But in my case, my third time in Siargao did not really justify my deep love for the island. I still cherish the experience anyway, no matter the circumstance.
Every time I travel, I make it a point to capture the experience through my photos. It’s the best “keepsake” I can take home with me. I love looking back at old photos and remembering how it was like when I visited the place, how the food tasted, or how awesome my travel buddies were.