It was 3am when we left Makati. After I came back to Manila from my hometown in Cebu last week, my friends and I headed up north to Zambales, which is about a 4 hour drive from Makati City. The scenery we aimed for was beyond the popular Philippine shores circulating heavily around the internet and we hit jackpot with the coves of Zambales. Most international travel bloggers arrive the Philippines and cover three main spots "Palawan, Boracay and Cebu" . I absolutely love their content and everyday, I get inspired to create my own. My goal is to show people other spots that are barely developed highlighting the wonders of the country despite the common international impression. Be prepared by the scenery that Zambales has to offer. The flora resembles nordic fjords splashed with savanna imagery on the inner side. The beaches of the coves sparkle bright during sunlight channeling the shores of Boracay and fades to earthly colours during dusk and sunrise.
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