Sweet Escape to: Zambales

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May 3-4, 2015

What’s our next destination? Anawangin Cove!

First trip for summer 2015 with college buddies ! Anawangin Cove it is a crescent shaped cove with a pristine white sand beach and is located at Pundaquit, San Antonio Zambales. From manila its about 4-5 hours travel time and about 15-20 minutes boat ride. Unlike other coves that I’ve been to this cove had the number of pine trees in the area.

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Well the cove is not that develop so no hotel to check in which means we need to camp again like last year, so were expecting that there’s no electricity and no mobile network signal and that’s what we love something different from usual. I love when we roam around in a group not knowing where our feet will take us. 

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OM! By the way there are so many jellyfish on the shore and in the water they’re so lovely and creepy at the same time. What I hate & disappointing on this trip is there are so many trash around the area (worst is some of it is floating in the water) because of too much crowd I think. But the view from the top of the mountain and the riverbank is so worth it. 

♥ Sincerely, Mary Joy

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