Linggo, Hunyo 9, 2013

Tropang Gubas Goes to Nagsasa Cove - Part 1

Summer just couldn't end without us going on a budget trip just to beat the heat. We decided to go to Zambales since it's not too far and we wanted to go on a camp trip for a change. 

The next phase of our getaway planning brought us to some word-of-mouth and blog research. Adaphobic served as a great guide, complete with budget, check lists, itineraries and time estimates. To save time and moolah, we voted to bring our car instead.

Our budget: PhP 2000 per head.


The Big Day!

Mic and I ended our shifts at 6:00 AM, so the rest of the gang picked us up in our workplace parking lot. Just so we would not starve to death upon reaching our destination, we had adobo and rice, along with some sandwiches prepared in advance. 


It was an approximately 5-hr drive until San Antonio, Zambales. Here is were we did the wet market shopping for food and drinking water. Afterwards, we went to Pundaquit beach were we had our car parked near the barangay hall. We rented 2 small boats (PhP 1800 each, 4 pax per boat) since there were 8 of us in the group. The boat ride from Pundaquit to Nagsasa is took around 45 mins. to an hour. The long boat ride did not get us bored. We had some time for

Inter-boat Picture taking :P

 Goofing around

and admiring Majestic Rock Formations and everything nature has to offer


We immediately set up our camp upon arriving at Nagsasa Cove. 

 Tents and Hammocks

More of this trip on my next post!



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