Summer is soon to be gone and since today is #ThrowbackThursday, let me share to you one of our
Beki Bodies happened in 2010 at Zambales, Philippines.
We boarded a Victory Liner bus from Monumento to Pundaquit, Zambales.
We arrived early on time so some of us decided to go to the market while others are preparing the breakfast – right in the house of our contact tourist guide.
While waiting for the ride…
We rode a boat from Pundaquit Island to Capones Island.
Capones Island is an epitome of beauty.
It’s just so beautiful that my existence in the view actually degraded its value. 😀
But I can’t keep myself on taking memories of it.
That I think the island and me are really meant to be together.
We had a taste of it’s clear water.
Though the sand isn’t as fine as a powder, the scenery automatically pulled us down.
And so the island became an instant photo shoot set.
Covering my body with its sand was never a mess.
Then we went to Nagsasa Island.
Where we spent a whole day and a night.
Preparing food is not my thing…
…playing in the water is.
And playing in the swing as well.
We took a walk to gather pieces of wood for bonfire.
It was too late to regret being barefooted.
The view on top is breath-taking.
Carefully going down.
It’s just so… I’m speechless.
The things that are not in Manila provides simple joy.
The woods were not enough. Good thing there were mallows. 🙂
The next day, we were excited for the so-called falls.
It was not in the schedule so we weren’t prepared with our outfits.
If I knew it would be like this, I would’ve brought my umbrella, knowing myself.
Half break for pictorial is a must.
United colors of what???
‘Twas a long and exhausting walk, really.
And this is the falls. Surprising, right? Hahahaha.
We just took the opportunity to take pictures. Seriously, where’s the falls?
Looks refreshing but believe me, I’m dying with sweat all over me.
The bridge and the background worth a shot.
I am dead tired.
We went back to Pundaquit Island and spent the night there.
I feel safer in a pool.
Just because… nothing else.
This was a force labor.
Playing with the sunset is so fun!!!
Indeed, ’twas fun.
Even tried to eat the burning sun.
How lovely was the sunset…
Every moment should be captured.
Truth is, there was no phone signal in Capones and Nagsasa. Thus, we never had a chance to contact anyone since the day before.
Waiting for the dinner was never boring.
It never was.
Body massage should’ve been great. Too bad I wasn’t able to experience it that night.
Feeling the fresh morning air of Zambales.
Having an all-Filipino breakfast with this bunch is amazing.
Final destination before going home.
Given a chance to go back, I definitely will. 🙂