MANILA, Philippines – While the current state of the world is as chaotic as it is stress-inducing, something to look forward to are vacation trips to the beach when this is all over. And when it comes to beaches, it is nearly impossible not to mention Boracay in the Philippines. A perennial favorite among travelers,
Ingiliz Limani (English Harbour) Situated at 36°55’06” N - 28°10’09” E, it got its name from the rumor that the British navy ships and submarines took shelter here during World War II. After battling the German ships in the Aegean Sea, they retreated to hide in this bay; even sometimes using trees as camouflage coverage.