One of the things that I could not imagine myself doing is camping. Not that I’m a person who’s used to luxury, I’m quite far from that. It’s just that I’m not the type of person you’d expect to engage in ‘roughing-it-up‘ activities.
Well, surprise, I actually went camping in Nagsasa, Zambales! It was one of those adventures that my best friends from college planned so I went along with it. The idea of being one with nature (naks!) and being able to capture its beauty excited me a lot. Also, it would be our last outing with Ino who would be going to the United States to pursue his graduate studies.
Inah looked for a tour company that has packages for Nagsasa and we went for the most affordable one. The package we got costs 1100 per head and it is inclusive of the boat ride to and from Nagsasa with stopovers at Camara and Capones islands as well as Anawangin, tables at a resort in Nagsasa, as well as tents. Each of us pitched in for the food while Ino was the one who brought a car. Continue reading