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Two decades after its catastrophic eruption, Mt. Pinatubo in Zambales has risen from the ashes and now attracts adventure seekers who dare to discover the breathtaking landscapes the eruption left behind. Steve Miller, who is known as the QiRanger in the World Wide Web, is one of these daredevils. He
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;
Nestled between Anawangin Cove and Nagsasa Cove along the coastline of Zambales is Talisayin Cove. The narrative of one’s escapade to Talisayin begins and ends in haunting silence, which remains to be the only thing unmatched by any of its neighbors. This wallflower offers a quiet environment, perfect for solitary
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
Zombie apocalypse. Imagine it happening in Manila. Over 12 million people in one dense megacity. The chaos. The desperation. The paranoia. The nagging stress. Sounds familiar? If your life in the city feels like you’re in an episode of The Walking Dead minus the zombies, you probably need a little
Silanguin Cove is the farthest of all the newly rediscovered secluded beaches in San Antonio, Zambales. While Nagsasa and Anawangin Coves are littered with volcanic ash, Silanguin is strewn with light grey sand. It isn’t as fair as the others, but the surrounding landscape make up for it. Silanguin is