|Shot at Pantalan Port|
|Visible sand ripples during low tide|
|See how pristine the water is?|
You can take JAC Liner at Buendia going to Lucena Grand Terminal. The bus ride is around 3-4 hours and costs 210 pesos. Once you reach Lucena Grand Terminal, take the ordinary bus going to Mauban, Quezon. The fare is 50 pesos and about 1 1/2 hour trip. The 1 1/2 hour bus ride will take you through a long stretch of Quezon's scenic views of lush-green environment so just enjoy the whole ride. Upon reaching the Mauban Terminal you may take a tricycle and head first to the wet market where you can buy your island supplies and foods before heading to the "Pantalan". The fare is 14 pesos. At the Pantalan Port, look for the ferry boats going to Cagbalete Island. Note: There are only 2 schedules per day going to the island so be there on time. The first trip is at 10:00am and the last trip is at 4:00pm. The fare is 180 pesos and it will take almost 1 hour to reach Cagbalete.
Villa Cleofas - 0919 220-5000 (Ed Jacob)
Pansacola Beach Resort - 0928 505-8633
MVT Sto. Nino - 0921 727-5398 (Fely)
|Cooking time! There's a grilling area however you need to bring your own charcoal|
Bonsai Island - is an islet that only shows up during low tide and disappears when high tide.
Baliscar Island - is a small rocky islet with a lighthouse standing on it. There is no port to the island however tourists can still land and explore Baliscar.
|Lots of birds are nesting in Baliscar Island|
|Eteng, Baron and I together with our boatmen Tatay and Kuya Roldan|
|Snorkeling with my buddy Baron|
|Meet our bankero - Kuya Roldan|
|Over exposed shot in a good way|
|There's something wrong in this jumpshot...|
|Acting 101 - My models|
|with the children of Cagbalete Island|
|My type of gym exercise hehe|
|Lil Miss Philippines creative shot :P|
|What are we trying to do here?|
|Pole dancing at Cagbalete|
|The sun is up!|
There are only 2 trips going back to Pantalan Port per day. The first trip is at 8:00 in the morning and the other one is at 1:00 in the afternoon. These public boats can fill out quickly so be sure to be at Sabang Port 30 minutes earlier to secure seat back to Pantalan Port.
Favorite shot of mine in this trip: