Here’s part 2 of my Zambales trip with Angel, David and Miko a month ago. If you haven’t seen part 1, make sure you do so by clicking here! :)
All the memorable things that went down on this trip were basically squeezed on the first day. But hey, even though day 2 was just a quick one, we were all able to do most of the fun part.
Woke up early the next day to prepare for the trip on the next island. A group photo first before leaving this wonderful island we slept in.
Next stop: Capones Island!
From www.trekearth.com ©Ian Rica Roxas
One of the most exciting part of this trip was supposed to be the one where we will be visiting this lighthouse on top of the mountain of Capones Island. Unfortunately, the waves were too strong, our boat couldn’t stabilize it’s position, we have to skip it…
We were saddened to hear that, but not as much as Angel. She had “Visit a lighthouse” on her checklist.
After seeing what the island can offer, we took advantage of the hand we’ve been dealt with.
Everything was so amazing! The clear water and the strong waves that washes us ashore, it was great!
When we were about to leave, we can’t possibly miss out this wonderful opportunity to take obligatory photos!
Me and Angel went first because Miko and David were busy shooting something.
When we travel, it’s always a must that we have our group photo taken. I’ll make sure to post our group photos when we reach a milestone number, like 10 different places, here on my blog!
Here’s David taking a photo of his flip flops. It’s also a must if you’re wondering why he was doing this. hahaha
And of course, the last group photo of the entire group we’ve been with for two days. It was a blast being with them!
Went back to San Antonio to take a bath, prepare and wrap things up before we all board our bus back to Manila.
There was this cute little puppy tied into a tree that sounded like a zombie from The Walking Dead. I’m serious! Still cute nonetheless.
Grabbed some stuff and a bar of Magnum to freshen us up on our way back.
And this is them bullying me and not cooperating when I’m the one taking photos for my Instagram. This is, again, very normal. Hahaha!
And that’s a wrap!
It was such an amazing experience for all of us!! Can’t wait for our next big getaway! Doesn’t really matter where as long as I’m with these people. Wooo!
One thing I learned is that Byaheng Victory sure knows how to set up and organize their itineraries and maximize everyone’s stay.
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