No such thing as language barrier with kids

One of the reasons our trip to Bohol had been extra special—and certainly one of the best times we’ve had—was that we were able to see more of the places we normally didn’t in our first few trips. Admittedly, being in a new place, especially one that doesn’t consider Tagalog its native tongue, needs some getting used to (we love the Visayas, and we certainly feel more and more compelled to learn to speak or at least understand basic Bisaya).

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Balicasag’s different shades of blue

We love the blankets of blue, the patches of white, and the trickles of green in our beaches.

But even with similar white sand and clear waters everywhere we go, no two beaches will ever be the same. It’s always a different story, always a different shade of blue.

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