Bagac’s White Sand

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We went back to Morong Beach last April. Our staff arrived filled with excitement, although it was a tiring 2 hour drive from Pampanga. We had everything planned the day before, and everything is set. Since we arrived late, nothing is left to do but to eat dinner and rest.  Although the ladies took a quick dip, but we’re too exhausted to do so.

Early morning the next day, I woke up and prepared breakfast for everyone. We had noodles and eggs with some tocino and longganisa. While enjoying our cup of coffee, we were thinking on what to do next. Aside from cooling ourselves on the beach, there was a suggestion that we go on a boat ride. “A good idea.” Normally, the boat ride is just a 1 hour trip in the coral reef area. There you get to jump in the open waters and enjoy the view of the corals. A little boring I guess, since you only spend an our on the open waters. So we asked the boatman to take us somewhere else, and there it is, far away from the busy streets, we stumbled upon this hidden sanctuary.

 It ‘s a 30 minute boat ride from Morong Star Beach, often ignored because of raging currents, but it’s all worth it. Some people call it “Tora-tora,” because its like an airplane’s tail. But we have no idea where we really are. A friend told me that it’s part of Bagac, Bataan. We enjoyed walking on its white sand, and explored a bit. It has this cave, filled with shells and other stuff. We enjoyed sitting back and took some shells and played with hermit crabs. Good thing I have my camera with me and took some shots of the place. I can say nature is the best.


It was all fun, you get enjoy the view plus the added benefits of nature. I was wondering about the benefits of negative ions that time. Since our work is mainly with computers, we are exposed to lots of positive ions. You often sit for 8 hours or more during translation, so it’s better if you can relax.


Well, we did had a good time, the pictures speak for themselves.



Written by addjdl

June 3, 2009 at 3:54 AM

4 Responses

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  1. Yes, I’ve been in this place – it’s nice..warm and sunny…


    June 23, 2009 at 5:28 PM

  2. Try also the beaches in Cavite…they also have cool places there…I also heard about Puerto Azul, maybe on your next vacation you try them. No need to travel long and hard to seek relaxation.

    ted g

    June 24, 2009 at 4:38 PM

  3. Cool, nice pictures, what is your camera? Is it a DSLR or just a point and shoot camera…you should try Photography dood…


    June 24, 2009 at 4:41 PM

  4. Who is that fat cute guy? Are you the author of this blog? Well anyways, I also want to go there…I agree, you have an eye in Photography.


    June 24, 2009 at 4:43 PM

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