Anawangin Cove, Zambales
Last month, me and my high-school friends had a camping at Anawangin Cove. We left Valenzuela around 9am and arrived at Pandaquit, Zambales right after lunch. The van we rented was about 8,000php. Our arrangement was; the driver will drop us off at Pandaquit then he will pick us up the next day. We arranged our boat transfer which includes the camping stuff for less than 500php per person.
As soon as we arrived the cove, we setup our tent and cooked rice for dinner. After few minutes, it rained so we don’t have a choice but to enjoy the rain and swim.
After dinner and after we washed and cleaned up, Mae and I decided to take photos of the shore and took advance of the lighting dancing in the sky.
But unfortunately we had to packed up, it started to rain again. Meaning we all spend the night in our tent because it was raining so hard.
Good thing the following morning, sun decided to shine and we were able to enjoy the day exploring the place.
It was a great experience but I’m not sure if I will go camping again any time soon specially rainy season just started.
- end -