The façade of a peaceful fishing village suggests a sojourn less adventurous during out-of-town pursuits. Perhaps this picture of solitude: you sitting close by the shoreline, watching fishermen come and go to the sea and back, eventually converging to collect and organize the day’s catch before retreating to their families.
A decade ago, Anawangin Cove was where you should go if you wanted to be alone on the beach. But that’s not the case anymore. Anawangin’s popularity skyrocketed over the years, and it’s not hard to see why. Its coast is strewn with volcanic ash, spewed by Mt. Pinatubo in