It’s kinda throwback for this post 🙂 ’cause ive been here with my workmates last 2015.
We just searched in facebook for a tour and if i remember it correctly, we only paid roughly two thousand pesos for person. all in 🙂
We arrived at Pundaquit, in San Antionio, Zambales for the boat island hopping. Yaaaz!!
*a filipino sweets, TAHO 🙂
*Capones Island 🙂 where you can see it’s light tower, But I didnt have any picture of it. Didnt know why, maybe i got too excited to go up there 😀
And did I mentioned that when you go to the top, the view is VERY VERY AMAZING?????
And off to go to the second island…
The Anawangin island…
where usually the tourist stays for the night… i think this is more commercialized than the two islands…
to Nagsasa Island 🙂
Where we are going to stay for the night. Yeey!!
Yeppp! You are seeing it right… All tents ! 🙂 you can bring yours as well if you have one, and for us, it is included also to the package 😉 two persons per tent ….
And what i really really liked the most here in Nagsasa, even though there already locals living here, you can still leave for belongings to your tent/ kubo. you can trust them.. haha very unusual to the PH, right :p
And as for the food, not like in Calaguas, you have to bring your own food here… A little bit stressful because of all of the cooking and preparing, haha
Swimming time, ofcourse 😉
You can also rent a volleyball for your friends to enjoy! Who doesnt want a beach volleyball, right? You can rent it in hourly rate.
And part of the boat rental aside from the tent, is the woods for bonfire!! We even bought marshmallows for this, Smores, anyone? 🙂
For me this is one of the most memorable part of this trip, cause this is the time where we can talk everything and share some stories. Bonding is it! 🙂
My favorite shot in this trip… With Nico! Haha!
I can’t remember the every detail of this trip, i just wanted to share how beautiful the scenery in these islands, so that’s all folks! Thank you!! Mabuhay! Haha 😉