What’s inside this abandoned island mansion?

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You’re racing along the water, holding onto the wooden sides of the boat as the waves throw you back and forth.  The wind runs its slick fingers through your hair and the sun throws its glorious rays down upon you.  Everything feels amazing. You’re high on the undeniable beauty of Palawan and cannot wait to hop off onto your next island as you sail through El Nido’s infamous Tour C. Slowly your next destination emerges…What adventures await you here?

Abandoned Island Mansion in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines
Approaching Matinloc Island
What lies within?

As you disembark, the mood begins to change.  The sun shines a little less brighter and the wind lingers through your hair strands a few seconds more.  Dare you enter the unfamiliar concrete structure before you?  Come on in if you’re feeling as brave as teacake thought she could be…

You step through the dark doorway and things start to get creepy but your curiosity pushes you forward…

You turn the corner and need to take a moment before you ascend the dark stairway but this is not the place to stop…

You keep going, passing bathrooms you dare not enter, bedrooms you wouldn’t sleep in for a million dollars and eventually you reach the final floor…

Matinloc Island Bed

Someone must have been cosy in it at one point.  Time to get out of here and head into the gardens.  Let’s go!

Someone’s been watching you but there’s even more eyes above the both of you, the sheep included

Matinloc Island Dome

Whoo! What a trip! Time to run back into the loving hands of the sun and discover that secret beach Matinloc Island in El Nido Palwan Philippines has!

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Abandoned Island Mansion in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines

18 thoughts on “What’s inside this abandoned island mansion?”

    • This entrance was easy to get into but I have explored abandoned places in Cambodia and that was more difficult! I’ll make sure to write a post about those adventures this week :)

  1. So cool! This is a thing here in the states, we call it urban exploring. Cept… in your case you’re in much cooler surroundings.

    Would you ever “up” the excitement factor by trespassing into abandoned buildings?


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