Beaches as you can see, is one of my favorite destinations. As a kid, my mom used to take us to places we never knew, mostly what they call the virgin beaches. I wish digital cameras were a big hit back then, but no so I learned to stock them up on my head as mental images.
When I started out traveling on my own or with friends after college, I promised myself I would take as much photos as I can. My head is already full of so many things I can’t keep track of the others, lol! 🙂 Anyway, allow me to share with you the beautiful island I have met late 2009. This small but VERY beautiful place is in Candelaria Zambales City Philippines namely POTIPOT Island.
My first trip was very unforgettable, we took the Victory Liner Bus Station at 7:30 am and arrived at the place by 2:30 pm. That was 7 hours long but it was worth the trip (it just took that long because of too many stop overs). We stayed at Sunbloom Resort and was assisted by Ate Mercy who also cooked for us, so nice of her. You actually have two choices, you can stay at nearby resorts or sleep at Potipot, but we chose the first one.
The next day, we were ready to discover Potipot Island. From our resort, it only took around less than 10 minutes to reach the said island. The first time I set foot and the first time my toes felt the water, I knew fun had started.
This was one of the cottages for rent, you can stay here overnight or pitch a tent whatsoever.
Time for some solo pics (please do not mention my weight, haha! I was skinny back then).
This old tree at the back of the island was love!
So I climbed… 🙂
Before the sun set, we went back to Sunbloom Resort. Though I spent the entire day swimming, I am not done yet. I braved the cold waters and yes, swam until I was dead tired.
Race anyone? One of my epic shots!
Tanned up and loving it! ♥
After 5 months, I was back at the same place, this time with some great friends. Less hassle for the travel since two of them decided to drive. We laughed, ate and chatted all the way from Manila to Zambales. We joked around, talked about “Pilapils” and got even caught up by the police at Clark. Oh memories! I just love the good old times!
Joann, Salvo, Miley, I, Eldrige and Che
Che had a hard time ‘leveling’ up to the small one, haha! Her bod is naturally long and sexy! I miss her so much but I know she is having the time of her life right now. 🙂
I crawl everywhere, and the sand can be my bed.
Sun on my face 🙂 Summer love ♥
Joann and the pink donut, lol!
Tan, tan, tan, summer, summer, summer, fun, fun, fun, sun, sun, sun!!!
Forgive my vanity, I just love posing before. 🙂
Bench and I.
All tanned up!
I guess the photos above sums up my short travel story. As usual, I had a hard time thinking what photos to include since I am the type of person who wants to capture them all thinking, I will be able to use ‘this’ in the future. Truly I did, it has been 4 years and I what is great with having a personal blog is you can still write things up even if it’s about past travels and the like.
It’s the month of January, summer is around the corner and personally, I am looking forward for my first travel for year 2013. So excited, hope all the plans will be successful! Missing my sun kissed tan! ♥
7 thoughts on “Missing Potipot Island”
Love the model pics. Eh, Marimar, ikaw ba yan!? Bwahahahaha 😆
I was actually born in Zambales but grew up in Makati. When I was a kid, we always go to Iba every year.
Fun pics. Ahhh our teenage days ….
Haha! I miss the old days! I have not done any ‘fun shoots’ of myself lately… mainly because i gained a lot of weight. Sana kasing seksi ko si marimar! Lol! Dinaan na lang sa bulaklak??? 🙂
You are so lucky to be born in Ib summer beaches!!!☆
Beauty in perfection… and thank you for sharing.
Thank you also for visiting 🙂 Love and happiness on your way 🙂
dun ang probinsya namin pero hindi pa ako nakakapunta ng potipot. lol. this year maybe.
naku, go na this year! miss ko na nga din ang Zambales, ang ga-ganda ng beaches niyo dun 🙂
Been to Potipot yesterday(June 23, 2013). It was a good experience. But I saw dirt and garbage sprawled along the grassy areas of the island. Well I plan to visit again at least 2 years from now.
BTW, we stayed in Dawal Beach Resort. I love the food. 🙂