surviving anawangin cove & capones island

Weirded out knowing there were 2 storms in Luzon on a summer season, we thought we wouldn't make it. But because we are an adventurous group of 9 young professionals, armed with a never-die spirit, tents and our heavy backpacks, we headed on to Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales.

A bird's eyeview of Anawangin Cove,
this shot was taken after about 45 minutes
of trekking up the hill.

We couldn't resist striking a post by this rockstone!

So what's my verdict of the mysterious and primitive way of living Anawangin Cove and Capones Island offers? The immense heat and the irritating insect bites during sunset was all worth it. The hilarious laughter we had with new found friends and the experience of living a day without hotel accomodation and electricity was a life-changing adventure. We wouldn't mind going back there!

More photos HERE!

Survivor Anawangin!

1 comment:

Joanne MV said...

It's sunny! Ü

I think I can't make it living without electricity...hehehe