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Mga puso’y nilamon ng Lamon Bay, Real, Quezon
Part 7 of a series.
An hour has passed and our brief encounter with Balagbag Falls had to end. Sad, but I’ll definitely be back one of these days, during “waterfalls season”. So we walked back to the main road where our tricycle was parked.
We had to endure the pain in the *ss once more.
But this time, we requested to stop halfway through the route to enjoy the rugged coastline hugging Lamon Bay.
Despite its relatively easy access from Manila, Real still remains untouched and unspoiled.
This area has definitely kept its remote charm.
Nothing fancy in this area, we just enjoyed being wind swept.
And ofcourse, the very therapeutic sound of crashing waves.
This hut stands alone facing the bay. I can’t imagine how life is for the residents here, especially during typhoon season.
After a few minutes of relishing the sea breeze, the splashes from the crashing of the waves, photo-ops, and rock-hopping, we resumed our tricycle ride as we had to go back to the resort to enjoy the beach right before sunset.
Ohh, there’s SK in these parts..
This is the “first bridge” I was referring to here. Lovely!
(…to be continued)