Day 2 is more exciting than day 1. Honestly, I'm dead drunk on the first night and wasn't able to enjoy the bonfire set by my friends. Well, they didn't enjoy much since there's a rain coming too. The following day was for island hopping and trekking. But before we set sail and go up the mountain we have to face our dilemma that day and that is no one really knows how to make a fire? HAHAHAHAHA yes. How come we decided to go on camp with no electricity and no one even knows how to make a fire out of scratch most esp all of our things are wet from the rain last night. Anyhow, we manage and ready for trekking.
The bows are sold to us by local vendor we even got key chains and other memorabilia's in exchange of some sugar and the like
The following photos are some of the views you can see at Anawangin Island
Now we're ready to go up the mountain or do some trekking :p
I know. That time I weigh so much and hate my size that I couldn't even pass this trail.
But isn't the view amazing at the top? Yes. Breathtaking. I am forever a nature lover. Will explore more of our country, Philippines and my target list are never ending.
This is the Capones island, the sand is so white and fine. But wee didn't get enough time to stay since the bangkero says there's a storm coming and waves will be difficult and dangerous so we decided to packed and go home.
There ends our trip to Zambales. I really miss going to beach, if you remember my first post about this trip is that it happened way back. I have 3 planned beach outing but will set place after my graduation, there is this tradition or more so a belief that we're(graduating students) not allowed to go on trip and so on.
Do you have any plans on going to beach? Where to and with whom?
Anawangin, Zambales getaway dated last May 20, 2012 is an official entry to my 81 Before 30 Challenge.