April 2016 | Part 10
“I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day.”
– Vincent Van Gogh
Calaguas at night is dark and quiet.
On weekends or public holidays, there would be a few parties and loud music here and there but not as crazy-noisy as Boracay.
Once the sun sets the island sleeps.
On these silent nights, I was able to finish a book, write my journals, reflect and set new goals in life.
The peaceful nights allowed me to withdraw from the noises outside and inside me. I embraced the stillness and disengaged from my inner compulsions and expectations of others.
In silence, the sky showed me all her colors and I became more thankful for the kaleidoscope of pain and triumphs I have gone through.
|Getting there||Trekking||Camping | The night life|
|Arriving at Paracale Port||Kayaking||The departure|
|Welcome to the Island||The rocks||3 travel tips|
|Waling-Waling EcoVillage||Things to do in Calaguas||3 takeaways|