May 18, 2009


lure of Nagsasa Cove
lazy afternoon in Nagsasa

I was back there again last weekend, just two weeks after my previous trip. The place still amazes me like it did the first time I was there. I will be sharing more photos and stories in the coming days.


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23 comments:

  1. ganda! oo nga eh. kung dati tinatawag kitang anak ng cagbalete at tambobong, ngayon anak ng nagsasa. hehehe...

    abangan namin yan.

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  2. very nice... more pics please...

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  3. soooo serene! magkano kaya lupa dyan? heheheh

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  4. Thanks Nen, Dom, Sheng, and r-yo!Dom, sobrang ganda talaga ng place bai, plus I made a lot of friends dun (mga Aeta)

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  5. beautiful, in a mystic, enchanting way!

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  6. Wow, sobrang ganda!! Para talagang wala ka sa Pilipinas. Dunno if that's a good thing or a bad thing. :D
    Bring on the photos!

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  7. yeah more pics! heheh.. magkano magkano ang bangka papunta don?

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  8. Odette, kakaiba kasi yung place, kaya parang trasported to another country ka

    Garando, hmm, good thing kasi unique sya :D

    jess, depends on the size of the boat. for a boat that can ferry 10 persons we paid 350/pax.

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  9. One of these I really have to set a sched to pay a visit to this place before it becomes a tent city like Anawangin.

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  10. Ferdz, place is already getting crowded by Nagsasa standards bai, last weekend was a record high of 45 visitors! buti na lang hinde naman talaga sabay sabay. :)

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  11. allan,
    salamat sa invite. next time uli.

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  12. Beautiful, indeed!
    I'll wait for more of those photos...

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  13. Erick, welcome bro! yup next time ulit :)

    Dodong, thanks bro!

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  14. Ganda naman ng mga shots bro.

    Its my first time to visit your site. But I think I'm going to be a regular now.

    Commuter path ka lang lagi when you go Nagsasa cove?

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  15. very calm and beautiful place. Looking forward to more pics :)

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  16. I truly am amazed at your photographic skills! You make me want to go back to the Philippines (I am a writer and travel blogger based in Toronto).

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  17. troy, Thanks! I usually just commute (don't own a car hehe), unless somebody decides to bring a car. Its easy to go there when commuting, just get on a Victory liner bound for Iba or Sta Cruz then get off at San Antonio. Proceed to Pundaquit, the same jumpoff point to Anawangin Cove.

    Sidney, Thanks bro!

    bw, Will post more soon :), thanks!

    jen, Thank you! Just contact me if ever you have a chance to visit Philippines :)

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  18. i miss that lure of nagsasa cove.. did'nt able to have a chance to go there.. hehe san ba banda yan??:) we dont have enough time kasi to explore nagsasa cove.. most of our time nasa bundok kame to find out the hidden beauty of the the mountains (it looks like na your in alaska..swear:)

    i want to go back there soon:)

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  19. i love your photos:) u amaze me..

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  20. Wahhhh..Stumbled upon a link of your blog at philippine blog awards --- idol na kita. keep the photos comin'... Ur blog's so refreshin' to the eyes...and to the mind..and to the soul...charing, hehe...congratulations for the nomination.

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