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I thought I was in a foreign place because the beach sounds foreign.

So how was the start of your December? I had a big exam taken during the last week of November. I was in Cebu the whole time you guys spending time joining competitions, submitting film, location and camera reviews, and checking out the winners of some recent competition. It was a tough one for me, so when I came back to my homeland, some friends of mine decided to have a little spin and take a break.

We took a boat and went to Guimaras Island (this place is famous for its mangoes), traveled around 30 minutes and dropped down Kelapang Beach. Pretty nice place. We arrived there five in the afternoon and had a little kwentuhan over the shore while gazing on the nearest island. Took a cabin, had a drink, and later got all the Z’s spelling right under my nose.

The next morning, it was low tide. We tried to walk straight to that “rocky” little island and had fun. We took some pictures. Later, we realize that we have to go back to the shore of the Kelapang Beach in case the tide would get high.

So there’s my story. It was a nice trip. We ate a lot of shrimps and crabs… my favorite! And some mangoes too!

written by ethermoon

5 comments

  1. cinzinc

    cinzinc

    a well deserved break =)

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  2. ethermoon

    ethermoon

    salamat, chino! ;-)

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  3. stouf

    stouf

    Sweet gallery ! And nice shadows !

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  4. klingsor

    klingsor

    GREAT place for great shots!

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  5. rater

    rater

    mmm, beach, I like!

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