Experiences and Stories of Biyaheng Palos

Experiences and Stories of  Biyaheng Palos
A Personal Travel Journal

Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Isla Capones


On my way to the Lighthouse, I found these creatures and  they are camera shy. My trek took me 45 minutes, following the arrow guide painted on rocks and climbing to the ropes. 

I always get excited to see olden structures whenever I go somewhere. There's beauty in those time-enduring architecture.

You felt binded by the spells casted by the walls the time you entered the complex. Yes, I say they are consistently spellbinding.

The timeworn well - the story of the boa and the drowned child
is very much alive. Scared? 
I heard the same story in Cape Engano.


The overwhelming Faro de Isla Capones, though in its dilapidated state, the charisma never fail to amuse visitors. 


The responsibility of every visitors and tourists is to protect and 
preserve this structure and this island. This Lighthouse got history to tell 
and it is our duty that this inheritance from the past will still be standing 
and beautiful as it is today.



4 comments:

  1. grabe. we went to zambales last year pero di kami nakapunta dyan! sayang :(

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    1. basta maganda ang panahon, mas enjoy pumasyal..

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  2. Hope to go there and sa anawangin anytime this year.

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    1. Go and have fun whenever possible! :)

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