Good Vibes in Potipot Island

‘Comes with a prying heart is a gracious attitude.’

The basic life is ‘Eat. Pray. Love.’ On the other hand, if you want to make the most out of life, you got to add some more spices: Talk. Play. Dance. Sing. Create. Help. Build Network.

One way of doing it is going with strangers. You are already matured enough to know and observe who’s to be trusted or not.

Because I was born an extrovert, I just hitched myself on my bestfriend’s outing with his officemates in Potipot Island, Candelaria, Zambales – which I didn’t regret because everything went well and fun, plus, I made new friends.

ITINERARY:
0530 On the road. We used private cars for this trip and in partner with Waze with a Boyband voice. LOL

1130 Iba, Zambales (stopover for lunch and to go buy from the market)

1230 Dawal Beach Resort & Restaurant, Barrera St., Brgy. Uacon, Candelaria, Zambales

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For reservations/inquiries please call: 09195730952/09164555370
Or email: reservations@dawal.com.ph
Check also their FB page: Dawal Beach Resort and Restaurant
Or website: www.dawal.com.ph

Below is the view of the Island from Dawal Beach Resort

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0130 Off to Potipot Island!
You can hire a boat back-and-forth for P400 with a capacity of 6 persons. The ride would take approximately 10mins. only.

Contact person: Steve
Contact No.: 09102652053

Fees: For daytour only P100
For overnight P300
You can rent a tent for P100
Per cottage P1,500.00
If you want for free (like we did), you can use the tables posted anywhere on the island.
You may be able to walk all around the island for an hour if taking pictures or doing anything else are excluded. Goodluck for that!

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0600 Back to the resort!

And then, we enjoyed the rest of the day ’til the next day! Perks of having a private car is that we can do whatever and go wherever anytime.

DEAR WANDERERS:
If you want to see starfishes, it is better that you’ll go overnight or go early on the island so that you could wait until they make themselves exposed to humans. 🙂

Another blogpost is up for our sidetrip in Pres. Ramon Magsaysay Ancestral House 🙂

Photocredits to: @mondsaki

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