Anawangin Cove, Zambales : Chillin’ with the Best Buddies

Way back 1996  looking back in my college days were freshmen students in Trinity College of Quezon City. Marjorie and I are classmate in most of the subjects and at first were not really friends at all we have a little fight because of one student ( that’s the start we hate each other..lol).  And if i have a break i usually to sit in the canteen just to eat and one day i saw Jerome (he’s looking good and looks very kind) but of course i don’t talk to the strangers. I didn’t realize that this two lovely person is taking a space in my heart. We are jive in so many things specially the mountaineering activities.  We have lot’s of good memories and  we treated each other as a real  brother and sisters.

In 2009, i decided to visit Philippines i work and lived in Abu Dhabi, UAE. I am so stressed in my work and i need a break.  I contacted Jerome by the way there’s a little bit changing of his name  call him  Jom he told me to join with them ( his office mates ) and i definitively agree.  Then i heard that Marjorie is on vacation too from her work,  calling her as Meg now.   I am so excited to this trip .. Anawangin Cove here i come.

We meet up in Victory Liner Caloocan Monumento Station.  While waiting for the other backpackers we decided to buy something to eat. Then later on the bus is move and  After three hours of travelling from Manila to San Antonio Public Market then after that we take a tricycle going to Pundaquit and from Pundaquit we need to rent a motor boat (banka) for another ride. This boat will take us in Anawangin Cove Island.

waiting for our rented motor boat (banka) … priceless views of the beauty of nature!

 morning view after we travel from the bus .. it’s really worth to wait ;D … ohhh summer breeze makes me feel fine! 😀

a formation of beautiful rocks and crystal blue water welcoming to us

and finally here we are .. another take shot .. we are obsessed ( not really obviously .. 😀  )

green thing ….

dried leaves by the tress …

The whole cast!  Meeting new friends is one of the best thing to do …

and one more thing if you use this wooden table and chair you have to  pay  because it’s a rental but it doesn’t matter it’s a big help for our group to use this table .  Time to prepare what’s for the lunch ;D

Grilled fish ( inihaw na isda ) plus yummy grilled egg-plant ( inihaw na talong) meet our chef  ..  Norman and his assistant 😉

Chef  Kim …  ( craving for her cook .. yummy indeed )

our four  tents ..

the rainbow after the rain

beach and mountains

left side view

hammock .. to the max ( sleeping ) if you could  see at my back ground  it’s Pine Trees  (yes a pine trees ) in the place which is not cold area .. just wondering a pine trees in Zambales.

SUNSET … FOR MORE ? 😀

A simple plan it ends to a  brilliant vacation.  We didn’t spend a lot’s of money on this trip and eveni travelled in the most expensive place and i couldn’t find the real beauty of nature and the amazing people who i newly met.

“Beneath the light, the river and hills are beautiful,
The spring breeze bears the fragrance of flowers and grass.
The mud has thawed, and swallows fly around.
On the warm sand, mandarin ducks are sleeping.”
 – Du Fu

Photo Credited by :

Jom De Castro

Esquelito “kim” Pablo

Florence Herrera

and

Myself

Words Copyright 2012

By: Pinaybyaheras

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6 thoughts on “Anawangin Cove, Zambales : Chillin’ with the Best Buddies

    • Thanks for stopping by Sony, wishing there’s a magical ginie living inside of this bottle – green thing! 🙂

      Cheers!

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  3. i think everybody’s been to Anawangin except me! waaaa….i am so inggit! hehe! Great photos, i look at them and close my eyes and imagine i’m also there… a little piece of paradise from our current 50degrees temps! shukran po! : )

    • Thanks sa like and promis magugutuhan mo ang Anawangin Cove actually meron mga katabe yan .. Pundaquit and yung sa me Light HOuse kaso di na kame nagpunta dun. Dahil sa sikat na ang lugar nato halos kada weekends puno ang Anawangin kung wala ka rin naman gagawin ng weekdays i suggest you to go there ng mga ganung araw para ma feel mo ang kapaligiran ;D

      – Pinaybyaheras

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