Philippine Island Travel – 04 April 2012
CAPONES & CAMURA ISLANDS FROM THE ZAMBALES COAST LINE
CAPONES BEACH LANDING AREA.
100 ISLANDS IN A BANCA BOAT HEADING TOWARDS THE BEACH.
100 ISLANDS LOOKING DOWN TOWARDS A FEW OF THE OTHER ISLANDS.
100 ISLANDS A BIRDS EYE VIEW
TAYGAYTAY MOUNTAIN AREA
CANYON COVE BEACH LOCATED IN NASUGBU, BATANGAS.
CANYON COVE POOL AREA
TAMARAW FALLS IN MINDORO
TAMARAW FALLS IN MINDORO, FLOWS UNDER A BRIDGE. BELOW THE BRIDGE THERE ARE POOLS WHERE YOU CAN SWIM.
TAMARAW FALLS IN MINDORO, CLOSER VIEW OF THE BRIDGE.
SUNSET IN PUERTO GALERA, MINDORO. WHERE THE ROADS ENDS.
ROLL-ON AND ROLL-OFF SHIP TAKEN FROM CALAPAN TO BATANGAS.
THE PINEAPPLE FIELDS OF TAGAYTAY.
SUNSET SUBIC BAY, NEAR THE BOARD WALK AREA.
Every few years travel to the Philippines to visit my wife’s family and see a few of the islands. Two years ago in March/April timeframe visited Subic Bay (Old Naval Base) and Morong (Bataan) area. Took a trip that included driving to Tagaytay, Nasugbu, Batangas City and then RORO ship from Batangas City to Calapan City (Mindoro). Then drove up the coast of Mindoro to Puerto Galera. A short trip to the Pudaquit Beach area including Capones Island and Anawangin Cove. A trip to Alaminos City to visit the One Hundred Islands National Park.
Jim the Kano
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