Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Quezon's Hidden Treasures

I was suppose to be in Mountain Province last weekend. Me and my college friends planned that trip a month ago but a week before the travel date, they decided to cancel it (much to my dismay). I have already filed my vacation leave, and my mind and body are already programmed that I will be out of my usual routine for the weekend so learning that the trip will not push through did not made me happy. Because of that, my wanderlust self thought of something to overcome my urge to travel and so I come up with a "Trip to Quezon Adventure Proposal". I was actually not expecting anyone to agree with the proposal since that is usually the case whenever I plan an "out of town" (LOL), but to my surprise two of my closest friends back in college wanted to join my madness. Below are the pictures from our (mis)adventure in Quezon. 

My Travel Buddies
Me in the JAC Liner Bus with On-board Wifi
Puting Buhangin A.K.A. Lukang Beach

The beach is all ours
Detached from the world
Kwebang Lampas
Inside Kwebang Lampas
This is where we stayed. Villa Anita Resort. Highly recommended!
Our Ride, seriously.. :)
On our way to Borawan
More Borawan
Shells instead of Sand

The Palawan part of Borawan
Dampalit Beach

And that wraps up our two day trip to Quezon's hidden beauty. Hidden because most of the places that we went to are undeveloped and we are usually the only visitors. Maybe its because of the Panagbenga season that is why most of the tourist are up north but Quezon is worth discovering. I will definitely come back here again.