Nina Fuentes of, one of the best travel blogs I love reading is doing this What’s Your Best Travel Photo Contest. To join the content, you simply have to blog about your best travel photo and share something about it. So what made me join the contest? ‘Coz Nina mentioned:

“To celebrate another great year, I am giving away signed copies of Robert Alejandro’s book, The Sketching Backpacker: Southeast Asia and parts of China, Jetro B. Rafael’s Backpack Photos postcard book and the gift of flickr: a one year Flickr Pro account, which gives you unlimited uploads and unlimited sets and collections.”

Yup, those are nice prizes to win. I do love taking photos from sports to practically anything that’s worth taking a photo of. And since I’m starting this travel blog you’re reading, I’ll be taking lots of photos of the beautiful places we will go to. I really don’t have too many “best” photos yet, but among those shots I took from our Coron, Palawan trip, this one stood out. And here’s my official entry for Nina’s What’s Your Best Travel Photo Contest:


This photo is entitled Muni-muni. This was taken at the top of Mount Tapiyas in Coron, Palawan. Tapiyas is actually a hill with some sort of monument of a crucifix made of steel. Tourists go there to get a scenic view of Coron. It was a long and tough 20-minute climb to the top. But once you’re there, the view was breathtaking. Very picturesque. Very breezy too. And that’s why this photo was so memorable.

Why Muni-muni? Because the guy in the photo was nagmumuni-muni. So who’s that guy? Hmmm…