[SAN VICENTE] ▬ CAGSALAY ISLAND AERIAL SHOT IN THE MIDDLE OF PORT BARTON BAY: OFF THE COST OF PORT BARTON, SAN VICENTE, PALAWAN
On board AirAsia flight Z2 426, I departed Ninoy Aquino International Airport (from Pasay City, Metro Manila) at around 6 AM (5:55 AM according to the printed travel itinerary). After almost an hour, I'm starting to see the island of Palawan from the air.
It's my first time in Palawan and you know, I have this compulsion of documenting every 'first-time' that I experience. They seem to be sentimental for me.
From my 17-A seat (window seat) in the airplane, I had the opportunity to capture aerial shots of Palawan Island from the window.
[SAN VICENTE] ▬ DINISONAN ISLAND AERIAL SHOT IN THE MIDDLE OF PORT BARTON BAY
[SAN VICENTE] ▬ PORT BARTON FROM THE AIR. ORAYT! RAKENROL!
[SAN VICENTE] ▬ PORT BARTON FROM THE AIR WITH DINISONAN ISLAND. ORAYT! RAKENROL!
This is what I am talking about. I used to ditch traveling via air before because it's so conveniently fast. You know, I love long bus rides with a lot of effort and waiting because it allows me to encounter new experiences that could teach me a lesson. But as I said, the magic from air is different. Both are good choices to travel though based on your preference.
Anyway, the clouds cleared and luckily, I was able to witness the beauty of Port Barton from the air and made myself believe that I am the living Google Earth viewing live from the air. Orayt! ▬ end
[SAN VICENTE] ▬ SCREENSHOT: PORT BARTON MAP BY GOOGLE
 The maps I used on this post are the works of Eugene Alvin Villar, Mike Gonzalez (published on Wikipedia) and Google. Source: 1 | 2 | 3
Map Showing the Location of #SanVicente
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