It wasn't we planned. Not at all to be in that place and time, but destiny pushed it self way into us.
We journeyed, time passed by. It seemed never ending.
To tell you the truth, I am not a sporty guy. I do not know how to play basketball, I am bad with badminton, I run short distances and get easily exhausted. The only sport that I really do is swim (yet
People come and go in our lives, things change and for me I learned that the hard way. But no matter how traumatic my experience may be, there is a memory that I would never would want to lose.
Capones Island. Just near shore of Pundaquit beach this Island is home to Zambales' first lighthouse. The island features a few beaches tucked on its sides.
Capones would be our final destination
It was late in the afternoon and the Sun was ready to retire for the day when we arrived at Pundaquit beach from our Anawangin - Nagsasa - Capones Adventure.
We were all tired yet fulfilled, Hungry without
Nagsasa Cove is about one hour away from the shores of Pundaquit, Zamabales. On your way to Nagsasa Cove you will be passing by Anawangin and Talisayin coves which has amazing beauty as well.
So you have been wanting to get away from the stress of city life for quite some time now and flying isn’t an option, here’s something that might help your dilemma.
On January 21, 2012 I experienced the most adventure jam packed two days, one night ever! An invitation was opened by a fellow blogger, the Philippine blog awards nominee him self, Mr. Ivan Lakwatsero! =)