This is Athens.

All photos Shot on iPhone 6Plus

Post-processed thru VSCO 


A quick stay in the Greek Capital to see the Ancient City and to immerse in the local culture. 


Happy to see fellow collectors also.


 Athens is truly an all-time classic!


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This is Santorini.

Oia, Santorini, Greece
All Photos Shot on iPhone6Plus
Post-processed thru VSCo


Majority of the people I know includes this place to their dream destinations. I am one of them before. 

But after making it possible, can’t imagine that Santorini have so much things to offer more than the famous caldera view. 


This place is simply amazing.

From the cave houses in the caldera, the breath-taking sunsets, nice people, wonderful food and the once in a lifetime adventure that this place can offer.

Definitely I want to visit this place again. 

Thank you, Santorini!

This is Netherlands!


Visited Europe for the first time and we started the 18-day trip with this lovely country The Netherlands also known as Holland.

One of the few places I can see myself moving someday.

We had a few stops to explore this one-of-a-kind country from the city of Amsterdam, Keukenhouf in Lisse, the windmills in Zaanse Schans, the peaceful seaside village of Volendam and the countryside of Marken.

All photos shot on iPhone 6 Plus. #iphoneonly 

Instagram: @fabomania


The colorful Keukenhof Garden in Lisse.


Holland’s iconic village, the countryside town of Marken and the seaside town of Volendam.

Batanes Like No Others

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Batanes Group of Islands, Philippines

Batan & Sabtang Islands

All Photos Shot on iPhone6Plus

Post-processed thru VSCO Cam

Part of Apple World Gallery #ShotOniPhone6    This place is simply paradise. A must-visit destination in the Philippines.

It is the northernmost province of the Philippines and is also the smallest province, both in terms of population and land area.

The provincial capital is Basco on Batan Island. Only 100 nautical miles from Taiwan.                      A 2-hour domestic flight from Manila via Philippine Airlines.

25-minute boat ride to cross from Batan Island to Sabtang Island.

The islands have limited internet access and the place is so peaceful that will help you de-stress and be one with nature.

The amazing landscape views are one-of-a-kind that makes me appreciate life more.                                     

This is Myanmar

Myanmar -Officially called Republic Union of Myanmar or more popularly known as “Burma”.
This is the largest country in the South East Asia that is not an island.

A Communist country that only earlier this year they opened it’s door to Filipino tourist without needing any visa for a maximum of 14 days of stay. This is one of the less travelled country in Asia that one should not miss in their lifetime.

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Many travellers consider this country as part of their dream destination because of it’s regal beauty and exotic wonders that you can’t afford to miss.

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I started planning around January this year when the government announced the non-requirement of visa but I waited until November to visit because of the hot air balloons over the ancient city of Bagan during sunrise. They will be a visible morning fixture until March only every year.

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This is definitely one of my top travels and one of the most memorable ones.
People are using US Dollars and Kyats as their monetary unit. 1 USD is to 1,000 kyats. Almost the same.

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Photos by Fabo Photography
Taken using:
iPhone6
GoPro Hero 3+
Nikon D7000 + Nikkor 18-135mm

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Processed thru Lightroom for iPad, Snapseed & VSCo

November 2014
Yangon, Inle Lake and Bagan

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Boracay like no other.

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Boracay is an island of the Philippines located approximately 315 km (200 miles) south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of the island of Panay in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. In 1990, it was voted by the BMW Tropical Beach Handbook as one of the best beaches in the world and again in 1996 by British publication TV Quick as the world’s number one tropical beach. In 2007, Boracay island topped the list of the World’s Most Popular Beach according to Yahoo! Travel.

Everyone has been raving about this world’s famous beautiful island of my motherland Philippines.

Balance with all the elements  scorching sun, clear waters, fine sands, colorful local culture and pure fun.

This is still one of my favorite places on Earth no matter what.

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Boracay Island x Aklan x Philippines

Nikon D80 x Nikkor 18-135mm x Lightroom 3

Fabo Photography