Showing posts with label Zambales. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Zambales. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Overnight Swimming at Sweet Water Cove, Zambales

Ken's Birthday Celebration last March 18, 2012. He treated us foods for dinner, grilled liempo, inihaw na bangus, chicken, salad, vodka and San Miguel flavored drinks. As summer approaches, we would like to share to all our great discovery and photos.


Perfect Sunset of Zambales White Beach Resort

This photo was taken during our visit to Sweet Water Cove. It's the birthday of my friend Ken.   I really enjoyed the beautiful sunset while walking along the shores. We actually had a photoshoot of the sunset view and clear blue water with Erwin, Dong, Ken, Green and I. They all excited and playful with their moves. hahaha! Capturing moments and celebrating Ken's Birthday.

                      

Sweet Water Cove White Beach Resort in Zambales

Only a few hours away from the hustle and bustle of Metro Manila. hehehe! The place is perfect for camping, surf lessons and team-building activities. For reservations, best to call 09178507292. When you get to the resort, do take the time to get to know the staff.


Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Amazing Beach View at Subic Bay, Zambales

 A wide beach area and a panoramic view of the Subic Sunset and scenic Subic mountains. It's a relaxing and adventures summer trip last March 18, 2012 with my friends Vic,Cha,Erwin, Ken, Joelou and Green. area is exploding as a tourist destination with the number of both domestic and international guest on the rise. The transformation of the Subic Navy base into an economic zone with a concentration of recreational activities, night life and a wide variety of accommodations has placed a tourist destination.


Droping By at Port of Subic Bay in Subic, Zambales

The Port of Subic is located in the vicinity of Subic Bay, One of the Philippines Finest harbours and inside the Subic Freeport Zone. The area had a huge shipping vessel which importing and exporting goods to other part of Asia, Europe & many more. We had a chance to enter the area. Port guards are friendly, nice and helpful to us.

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Old Spanish Gate in Subic Freeport Zone

Old Spanish Gate with modern cement and painted in pastel color and the former Spanish Gate KTV Restaurant is just a few steps away from the old fort.  I made sure that I dropped by at the Old Spanish Gate along the freeport area before going to Subic Bay Navy Army Base.


Friday, March 30, 2012

Inside Subic Freeport Zone - March 18, 2012

Subic Bay is the best weekend retreat for you who seek after relaxation and adventure. My friends decided to have a quick tour inside Subic Freeport Zone. The Freeport also has two operational port terminals namely the fertilizer bulk terminal at the Boton Wharf and the grain bulk terminal at the Leyte Wharf.

Getting Around Subic Freeport Zone:
  • TAXI - Taxis are available at the main SBMA/SFZ gates with Olongapo. They can also be booked by telephone for collection anywhere inside Subic.
  • JEEPNEYS - Jeepneys are not permitted to operate within Subic Freeport.
  • TRIKES - Trikes are not permitted to operate within Subic Freeport


Thursday, March 29, 2012

Our Trip to SM City Olongapo

Our first stop , SM City Olongapo’s major amenities consist of dining area,supermarket & private establishments which offers a view of Olongapo’s mountain landscape and right next to the Subic Bay Freeport Zone.  We actually shop our foods, drinks, fruits & utensils before going to Bataan & Zambales for overnight swimming with Ken, Vic, Cha, Dong, Erwin & Green!

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