Sunday, June 3, 2012

Magalawa Island Adventure

Last Saturday (May 26, 2012), my boyfriend and I went to one of the uncultivated islands in Zambales, the Magalawa Island. I've been eyeing for this island for months 'cause I really wanted my summer 2012 to be memorable. Yeah, so this craving was sufficed.

Magalawa Island (view from Radio Veritas)

Meet Sand dog. (He's very playful.) We named his after his color. Haha! You can barely see him in the sand.

San Salvador Island (view from Magalawa Island)

Magalawa Island's main transportation is by sea. (OF COURSE! Hahahaha! It's an island.)

Starfishes are abundant in Magalawa. You'll see different species there.

Here is Enrick, showing me how brave he is. (For holding the li'l starfish. Haha!)

Told yah, there are ABUNDANCE in STARFISHES.
Nice view, I know. On our way to see the Mangroves.
Haven't told you about Mangroves yet, right? Yeah, there are Mangroves A.K.A. Bakawan in Magalawa.
Four meals that were included in the P1,500.00 package of 2 days & 1 night stay.
Seafoods were mainly served. Sorry to Sand dog, dogs aren't allowed to eat seafoods.
Sorry for the poor resolution. My camera was in a different setting.
Look at the view! The view!
Magalawa up close. :)
Beetles in Magawala are the counterpart of cockroaches in Manila.
Different sizes and species of Starfishes.
The dogs that lead us to the other side of Magalawa. They're so sweet!
Another Starfish, up close! Orange lining!

Wasn't able to get a picture with this tree. Are we in Japan or Korea? Haha! 
Yes, a tree of thorns. Thorns = Jesus.  A bit of reminder if you want to go to Magalawa,
be careful with these trees. Enrick and I were pricked during our tour around the island.

That's all for now. :) Hope you were entertained with some of the pictures of the island. ;) If you have any questions, I'll be more than happy to answer those. Just leave a comment on the lower part of this page. Thanks for your time! :)