Anawangin Part 4 of 5
Anawangin Cove, San Antonio
Sunday, 07 August 2011
After the fortunate wave crashing moments in the cave, we went back to the beach area, with my feet and legs trembling. We prepared and ate our lunch and rest for some time. The rain stopped for a while and the sun somehow managed to peak thru the dark heavy clouds. We were about to swim and enjoy the sun, when drops of rain suddenly poured.
We decided to visit and wander the marsh located just 100 meters from the beach front. We passed by the tall agoho structures, and some interesting brown and green foliage beneath their trunks. With the nonstop downpour of the rain, the marsh is flowing fast. The water amidst the ruffle created by the gush is so clear as it shows the stones and pebbles on its bed. Meanwhile the bordering trees on its bank created a dimmer tone on the marsh, as it cast shadows upon this peaceful body of water. As we walked further south, we came across an area where the marsh branch out into two, just like Pocahontas’ river bend.
We went back to the trail when some random local lady, told us that we can’t pass the marsh because it is a private property (wtf?).
But overall the marsh is something unique in Anawangin, it’s like you’re in a different country and definitely something to look forward to when visiting Anawangin.