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.
Nagsasa Cove in San Antonio, Zambales, used to be rocky until the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, which dumped tons of volcanic ash in many parts of the region. Nagsasa Cove is endowed with the same features as Anawangin: a beach of ash that absorbs hear faster than the usual sand;