Ever since we started travelling, my good friends and I would always love to try new and unspoiled places. Summer will always be our favorite season to try these hidden gems This led us to spent Summer in Alibijaban Island on the southern part of Quezon Province.
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I never imagined myself setting my foot on this golden sand island. It was only a dream for me after all the blogs I’ve read on how hard it is to reach the place. I thought it will be one of the last island i’ll tick off on my list. Looking for a life away from the hustle and bustle of the city, I asked my “not so adventurous” office mate if he’s willing to take the risk with me. I got a YES and thought it will be exciting if we’ll give it a go. I made a last minute itinerary to finally made the dream a reality. Continue reading Jomalig Island
The next morning, we headed straight to Borawan Island and spent the rest of the afternoon there. Borawan Island is a bit of entertaining than that of Dampalitan. It has good looking cottages, beach volley court and kayaks.
They even have a security guard to ensure everyone is safe. I’ve been to different islands, but it’s my first time to see a secty guard on an island. Hehe. Borawan Island has a small cliff to climb and jump too. So, as a self-proclaimed adventurer, I didn’t let chance passed by. By the way, I call my “jump off” pictures as Flash Bomba. Hehe Continue reading Borawan Island
Summer is fast approaching and I can really feel the sun is calling for another adventure. With all the stress and pressure at work, it’s time to recharge and rest. So, I made a research first on where to go before calling my friends. I was thinking of a place with the following categories:
- a place near Cavite/Manila
- a budget-friendly place
- white sand beach
- a not so commercialized island
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I am glad to have spent my summer escapade with my “new” but not so new friends. We call ourselves “Puza”. I don’t know the story behind the name “Puza” (kahit dapat “pusa” yon lol ) because I just recently joined the group. Being with them makes me feel like I am part of their college stories. Walang “OP” moments with them.
I’ve researched a lot about Kwebang Lampas since it’ll be my first time to plan a DIY trip. Travel Budget is only P1000, a cheap way to spend a nice and fun adventure. We left at exactly 1 am and rode a bus going to Calauag, Quezon- the easiest way to go to Pagbilao, Quezon. Fare from Alabang to Calauag is P195 only. The bus dropped us of at the street crossing Pagbilao Market (Pagbilao Town Proper) at exactly 6 am. You also have an option to ride bus bound to Lucena (Grand Terminal) and there are jeeps available at the terminal that can take you to Pagbilao Market. Continue reading Kwebang Lampas