This is like a homecoming and its been like 8 years since I’ve been to this place. I grow up here and move in Manila when i was 10. Romblon is just a hidden paradise and it seems like tourist have not yet found this beautiful island. Romblon is known for its mineral the “marble” and people would buy this marble souvenir before going back to the city.



This island is just at par with other white sand beaches. The sands are fine, powdery like and the waters are very clean.


I usually called it the “coconut” island because everywhere you look you will always find a coconut tree 🙂


People live here in a very simple way. Fishing and mining are the means of livelihood. Houses are made of nipa huts in small island and in the barrio some are made of stones.



It also has one of the oldest church in the Philippines…. St. Joseph Cathedral



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