When it rains, it pours – beach trips, that is.
I literally just had 30 minutes to freshen up after arriving from Jomalig before my friends picked me up so we could be on our way to Calaguas. After a speedy shower and essentials refill, I was on a van (after spending 4 hours in another van) with my STORM family.
The great thing about trips with these guys? I basically just have to cough up money and show up. They’ll take care of the rest.
Too bad about the crowd, but words are hard to come by when describing the island. So, I’m going to let the pictures do the talking.
For more photos, do check out my Flickr album.
Some quick reminders:
- SUNSCREEN. Do not court sunburn or, worse, skin cancer. I swear by VMV Hypoallergenics Armada Sport 70 because it’s just that good.
- Insect repellent. You’re gonna need this at night.
- Be careful. You are in an island with no medical facilities so don’t go doing anything stupid that would cause you to be airlifted
- As with anywhere, do not litter, leave things as it were, follow rules, don’t leave your things unattended, and respect people, culture, and beliefs
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That looks like paradise!
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How did you travel from calaguas to jomalig. Please tell me how. Thank you so much
Hi Rose! Since I went with 2 different groups, I had to go back to Manila from Jomalig before heading off to Calaguas. But I think from Jomalig, there might be a boat going to the Calaguas area. Not sure how long it will take and the locals I asked weren’t pretty sure about it.