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February 16, 2010

Mt. Nagsasa Traverse to Nagsasa Cove : 3rd Time's a Charm!

You may call me a climb addict. But yes, I returned to Nagsasa again last weekend. And the decision was very much worth-it. We had a PERFECT climb - the weather was good, we were the only visitors on chiefs Ogos place, the beach was calm and the food was great. Since its the cove that I dont have much entry on my previous blogs, this is the one I will discuss (I didnt enjoy the beach much on my previous trips, one of the reasons for the return trip)
  • the sand is better than Anawangin. Much finer, that one of colleague told me if it was white sand the place would look like Boracay.
  • the water is clearer.
  • the place still pristine due to less visitors compared to Anawangin. Less visitor means very quiet place. Very nice for relaxing.
  • there is a chance to buy a newly haul fish from fishermen.
  • your 70-100 pesos payment of the place is very much worth-it. Locals are very willing to assist you if you need help. And you can use their equipment if in case you need any (stove, water container, etc)

And dipping to the crystal water of Pinaglabanan river is an added bonus.


Dara our guide dog.



the beach


campsite


water up to my knee


water up to my waist


our kitchen

sunset!


our pulutan (and became breakfast too!)






our dinner

why so serious?



jump for joy!


sad to leave.... =(


pinaglabanan river




1 comment:

  1. Beautiful place, good company, great food, perfect weather.

    Thank you for setting it up! You never cease to amaze me!

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