Wednesday, December 19, 2007
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When Filipinos think of the bestest beaches that can be found in the country, instinct will tell them to direct their thoughts and their eyes (if you're holding a map and looking through it) to everything south of Manila.
Practically all of the islands between Luzon and Borneo have wonderful coastlines to offer both locals and foreigners (Koreans?!) alike. I need not to mention all of those islands. That would be tons! Remember, 7,107 islands make up the entire Philippine archipelago!
How about northern Luzon? Unfortunately, only a few people would notice that Northern Philippines have wonderful beaches to offer as well. Aside from the beautiful Pagudpud, La Union, the Hundred Islands and the oh-so-enchanting Batanes, only a few would recognize that Northern Luzon have beautiful beaches as well.
Have you heard of Sabang in Aurora Province? How about Anguib in Cagayan North? For sure only a few people would know that. However, this unfamiliarity have also its upsides. Lesser people means lesser commercialization. And lesser commercialization means less stress.
Right now, my favorite quite-unknown tropical destination is the Anawangin cove in Zambales, facing the South China Sea. Pine trees in the white sand? How's that?! It's basically a camper's haven.
Here are the pictures:
i never thought this would be Philippines too.
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