What a lame-ass blog title.
That’s because my brain is too dried up to even think of a creative, unique title.
The solution: GO TO THE BEACH!
When I was
much younger, my family and I went to the beach about 6 t0 8 times a year. Which led my dad to buy a beach front property in San Narciso, Zambales. That’s one town away from the popular Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales. Moreover, my family is a family of Scuba divers, so, yeah we have a “beach” and I’m a very big beach junkie, so to speak.
But ever since I started college, being in Manila 8 times a week – yes, you read that 8 right – coming back to our beach house has been impossible. Since college, I’ve only been there thrice: once with just Erica, once with my Coursemates, once with my fellow Management Trainees. So much use for all that expense it keeping the house.
It’s not like I’ve lost interest in the beach.
Heck, we went to Puerto Galera for my Graduation break.
Heck, Erica and I went to Boracay for my birthday.
Heck, I am so excited to go the beach this 2011 – Summer or Not.
My love bought us tickets to Puerto Princesa this year. Dates still to be arranged. Me and my office pals are going back to Boracay this July. And, most importantly, I want to go back to my roots – visit the beach havens around Zambales that are
So, in my inspiration and excitement, I decided to post some information on the beaches I
will must go to this year.
1. Puerto Princesa
3. San Narciso, Zambales
4. Anawangin Cove, San Antonio, Zambales
5. Capones Island, San Antonio, Zambales
THERE! Whew! I really do hope I can visit all of them this year! All it takes is a
little money and a lot of willingness.
Remember, discover your own backyard before discovering the backyard of others. Is that even the correct proverb? Haha. ‘Til next time, tata!
Pictures of the 5 target destinations are from Google. Credits to whoever took them. 🙂