Last weekend I made a trip to Malapascua with my friend Sandy. It was a spontaneous trip that came to fruition only after a few nonsense chatting over what to do on a weekend. I was able to find cheap tickets from Cebu Pacific last week and hurriedly penciled out the last weekend for this whirlwind incursion north of the province of Cebu.
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I've been to Capones island four times already and thrice I climbed over to the lighthouse which was just a few walks upward away. My first published travel article was all about Capones Island. This time though we took the longer route since our temperamental boatman does not like the idea of docking near the lighthouse, didn't mattered though as it was still a fairly easy hike of around 45 minutes coming from the back of Capones that faces the Pundaquit shoreline.
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Monday, April 4, 2011
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