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    camp out

    by roadtrip_barkada Written May 8, 2007

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    our boys at the island havin a drink.
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    hire a boat "bangka" for about 600 and ask the boatman to take you to one of the islands.for us we stayed at the camarra island...where it is famous for the "whale-figured" island.we spent overnight there. we just brought in the food. staying at the island is free. so no need of room rates since there is no resorts here.so its like a cast away setting...have a bonfire at night or try some rock climbing during d day. we saw some who were surfing as well...

    after d overnight at the island we head on back to the resort.it is where we parked our ride.it was at the "canoe". they have a pool there where u took a deep and killed the time before we went home. pool ent is 50 pax. they have nice cottages...and clean rest rooms as well

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    Picnic @ Pundaquit

    by high_d Updated Aug 2, 2006

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    Before we left on the fishing boat for the islands, we enjoyed and feasted on our packed brunch. The bamboo picnic shed with the island views added to the ambience of good food and company.

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    Hire a boatman to take you to the Islands

    by high_d Written Aug 2, 2006

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    Ride one of these by hiring a boatman

    Get a boatman to take you in his bangka (boat) to get to the Capones & Camera Islands. A friend of my cousin hired one for the day for about 900 pesos (at that time, the conversion would be less than $20). We actually went back and forth to the islands so it was not a bad deal.

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    island hop

    by roadtrip_barkada Written Feb 9, 2008

    when u go on island hopping in capones, camara or anawangin, pls. dont litter. carry back the loads u brought in. dont leave anything.

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