It’s actually pretty awesome when you get to visit your own country’s wonders you used to see only in Sibika at Kultura (Civic and Culture) textbooks in primary school. Although I grew up not so far away from this place, I only got to visit the place in 2012. The name speaks for itself. It’s literally hundreds of islands scattered in a small area in Lingayen Gulf at the mouth of the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). White sand, clear waters, caves, bats, it’s an adventure hopping from island to island. Choose your own island, dock your boat, and let the fun begin.
These were taken last summer(I think?) at the Hundred Islands in Alaminos, Pangasinan. Just gained interest in editing them today sooooo… yeah. I just think that since it’s summer, my blog needs some summer lovin’. These photos were taken using a small digital Olympus camera.