Anawangin Part 2 of 5

Anawangin Cove, San Antonio

Zambales, Philippines

Saturday, 06 August 2011

As the boat managed to turn eastward unto the cove, instead of palm and coconut trees, we were greeted by the tall Agoho Trees (an evergreen, pine like looking tree), standing about 10 meters high on this crescent shape cove. As we set foot on the not so white sand, the rain still pours hard. From the far south of the cove, we walked on the northern section of the stretch, and onto our humble hut.  You can’t help but to be mesmerized by the cool and serene ambiance of the place. It’s so chilly added by the fogginess of the air; the smell of beach combined with the smell of agoho tree is definitely refreshing. The sand is white, but on the northern section is a bit grayer. The sand as well as the agoho trees were said to be brought by the unfortunate eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, something adverse brought something so beautiful, serene, and definitely unique beach atmosphere. It’s like Baguio meets Boracay.




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