Stephanie spent most of her life in a small town near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After traveling through Europe during University, she fell in love with the excitement of travel, and with the challenge of living in a new country. An interest in Chinese culture and language led Stephanie to her current home in Taipei, Taiwan, which she uses as a base for travels throughout Taiwan and the rest of Asia. In addition to writing for My Several Worlds, Stephanie writes about her travels and adventures on her website, http://www.thewanderingdragon.com. When she’s not busy writing, Stephanie spends her time playing music, and planning her next adventure.

For more information, you can find Stephanie on Flickr, or contact her at contact@stephaniealong.com

9 responses to “Travel Philippines: Calitang Beach”

  1. Elle of Solo Female Nomad

    I am struck at how beautiful the beaches are! I must go, even if its just for the chicken adobo!

  2. Josh - Badge of Awesome

    Fantastic. It’s always such a treat to find these out-of-the-way gems. It may be a challenge to get to, but the payoff is huge. Sounds like it was a wonderful experience.

  3. Mike

    I love the adobo dish. This is something that my Filipino friends always serve on their dining. I really like it and they teach me how to do it.

  4. Adrian

    I love Philippines , The beaches and other natural flora and fauna make this nation much environmentally beautiful. For a nature lover this is like Heaven. thanks

  5. CebuBoat

    I really like Philippines, but I fell in love with Cebu the first time I have been there. I am from Singapore and I was on a weekend trip on a boat. My best three days ever.

  6. ourjourneytothesea

    This looks like paradise **daydreaming**

  7. province

    When you want to travel with the family, whether out of town or out of the country try to visit Camiguin Island in the Philippines. There you will surely enjoy the beauty of nature in every town it has.

  8. Rutharr

    For those who would like to experience the beautiful but less travelled beaches in the Philippines, I highly recommend the following:

    Potipot Island, Zambales
    Caramoan Islands, Camarines Sur
    Nagsasa Cove, Zambales

    Have fun!

    1. Carrie

      Thanks for the tips, Ruth!

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