18th Philippine International Hotair Balloon Fiesta: “A Weekend of Everything that Flies”, Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga
Nagsasa Cove, Zambales, Philippines
Nagsasa Cove is a 45-minute ride from Pundaquit. It is one of the islands in Zambales less visited and I do not even know why!
It even has a crystal clear water!
The shore doesn’t have jelly fishes but it does have crablets! Cute crablets I must say! The shore is not rocky, too! It is almost fine, and almost white!
The island has a river, too!
You can sleep through tents or just lay down in the sand, a perfect camping experience for me and my family!
Definitely a must see place before it becomes popular and slightly commercialized!
One tip, before riding the boat, make sure to apply sun screen not only to your face but to you arms and legs as well.
One Rainy Day.
I don’t know why these pictures are very grainy in here. :/
Perks of Being A Wallflower
Day1: fireworks but not leftover
I wasn’t able to wake up early hence no picture(s) of last night’s mess. Teehee. (−_−＃)
Let’s start the year by having some photo challenge!! :)
I am so uninspired to study and here’s the outcome: Short bonding with twix!
A peak of what’s inside our gate! :)
Ants piling up and off to somewhere!
Plant roots seem like trunks of huge trees!
Hello there, Mr. Spidey!
I don’t know what this is. Do you?
looks like a caterpillar to me, but it’s a stem!
Baby pup in the house!