UNWINDING AT NANGARAMOAN BEACH

During  summer time, what comes into our mind is automatically a beach adventure, or probably visiting some resorts near our places. It’s a bit boring if you think of the other way around like staying at home sleeping, or so. Some would also think of outdoor activities or sports like volleyball, badminton or soccer. And again, the best venue for that, is what I’m talking about right now. It has to be in beach. Yes! A beach! 😀

My cousin RJ who was once upon a time, at Nangaramoan beach. 🙂

One of the best experience that I have was when we visited Nangaramoan Beach in Sta Ana Cagayan Valley. There is no  fee at all. If you visit the place, I suggest you’ll be there for a day for you to witness low tide in the morning till late in the afternoon, and high tide at night time. Low tide is perfect for collecting shells whereas for high tide, it will be perfect for swimming. Unfortunately when we went there with my fellow bloggers, it was already late in the afternoon. So what I enjoyed was the food trip session instead. One of the highlights why I went there with them hahaha!  😀

Photographs below  are some shots  late in the afternoon. People would really enjoy volleyball, picking shells and weird species, and some would roam around taking photographs.

I actually witnessed some kids picking up some shells and some species which at first I was so scared to look at but it was pretty amazing when I took photos of it. Those kids were camera shy so they didn’t allow me to take photos of them. Here are some of the species they got. 🙂

 


One of the most amazing thing about this is the rock formation– huge rocks are being formed everywhere. These guys  really enjoyed walking on the beach while it’s low tide taking photographs and some stuffs.

My mentors in blogging, Kuya Roy and Kuya Diboy. 🙂

And again, like what I’ve said earlier, the highlight of my story. 😀  Drinking and food trip session with my co-bloggers! 😀 We did not take the responsibility to cook our food though. It so happened that Kuya Germain has a friend who resides nearby. Thank you Ate and Kuya who took care of everything for us. 🙂

Kuya Germain is the ones munching the yummy yellow watermelon. 😀

My blogging buddies…I miss you all. 🙂

Plus, before we headed off Sta Ana, we took a glimpse of San Vicente Port or what they call pier. If you look at map of the Philippines, this is the endmost part of the Philippines at the top right wing! Literally!  😀  If you wish to see Palaui Island, Cape Engano, or Anguib beach, those small vessels that you see in the photo is the best transportation for you to get there. Thank you Kuya Germain and Ate Karen for our transportation visiting those wonderful places I’ve seen ever!

A floating restaurant in the pier.

This is the ending of my story. 🙂 For adventurous people, I suggest you try those places. A credit to Aris Pasaraba Aczon and to my cousin Ricky James Babaran Guiyab for  some other photos which satisfied my complete story. Till next time. 🙂 Thank you for visiting my page. For questions, suggestions or comments, don’t hesitate to place it right at the comment field below. 🙂

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