Lush vegetation lines the river. It is one of the famous tourist spots in Bohol where you can eat and cruise on a floating raft.
Paula is a registered nurse turned model/marketer who recently crossed over to the non-profit industry.After surviving the Ormoc Tragedy of 1991, one of the worst floods in the Philippines, and the bullying during her childhood, she is an active liberal changemaker based in Cebu City, where she is currently working for RARE Philippines as an associate for Partnerships. She contributes in increasing public interest about the different causes such as gender equality, youth empowerment and environmental conservation.From January-June 2015, she volunteered for Fundlife International, assisting in the cultivation of potential of children who survived Typhoon Haiyan and expanding the opportunities for partnership with other organisations. Her aim is to help carry out positive social change that would allow children to dream beyond social injustices and protect the environment.As a passionate SDI Advanced Adventure Diver, she represented the Philippines during the Miss Scuba International 2013 pageant in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia on Dec. 20 where she placed 1st runner-up.During days off, you can find her exploring the offbeat roads of unpopular destinations, helping organisations make the world a better place or prowling across the worldwide web in search for new recipes, unique adventures and good reads.She is a pragmatic dreamer who sees each day is an opportunity to reach our maximum potential, inspire others to act and love life more.