For this particular post, I’ll be excerpting some lines from a piece “Crossing Wild Quezon by Mini Van” written by photographer, writer and friend Oggie Ramos for InFlight’s July-August 2012 issue.
Going northwest to Borawan Island
The island has a wonderful stretch of pocket beaches hemmed by limestone cliffs that called to mind the karst formations of Palawan. On the easternmost end, there were basic cottages for daytrippers and overnight guests. The water is clear, tempting us to take a dip and swim in the two hours we were there.
Next post: Cagbalete Island, Quezon Province