So green! And those inlet bays look really nice.
For some reason, in my previous trips to the Philippines, I either arrive in the evening or when it's cloudy or when it's raining. In fact, when I landed in Manila, the skies turned grey and then dark. Luckily, the skies were quite okay during our descent.
But for this particular flight, direct flight from Xiamen, China* to Manila, Philippines, the aeroplane was flying low when we entered Philippine airspace and maybe I am just on the right side of the window seat that I could see clearly the landmass and form of the Philippine archipelago. So the opportunities were there definitely to take the shots.
However, I only have a pocket camera so the quality and focus of the photos are not that excellent sometimes, especially when you are taking it from a far distance.
*I was in Xiamen, China for 3 days.
I do not have specific stories to tell for this post except a few photos that I would like to share during the descent of this flight to NAIA 2 (also called as PAL or Centennial Airport). I flew with PAL - Philippine Airlines, the national carrier of the country.
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