Summer in Pundaquit, Zambales

Around the same time last year, I was back home and enjoying the warm weather. I am not really into beaches because one, I can't swim for my life. Second, I hate being under the intense heat of the sun. But because the kids in the house love swimming, I didn't have that much choice. So we all went for an overnight at Megan's Resort in Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales. One of my best holidays to date.

I know there are a lot of beautiful resorts in Pundaquit but I prefer Megan's because of its friendly atmosphere. The people managing the resort are very accommodating and helpful. The cabins and the food are not over-priced- for me anyway. The rooms are very clean and the beds are comfortable. Most of all, you feel safe because there's always someone looking after you, especially the children. Life jackets are always available. So the next time you're looking for a summer-get-away, try Megan's Resort. You'll never regret it.

We slept here. It was a bit chilly but it was fun. Make sure you bring blankets as it gets quite cold in the night.
Sunset view from Megan's resort
Early morning bonding.
Another view from the resort.

The following day we went island hopping. And our first stop was at an island still owned by Megan.

Of course I saved the best for last. Another must-see island is Capones. It's simply amazing. The white sand and clear blue water made me feel like I was not in the province at all.

There you go. I hope the photos are enough to convince you to spend your next beach holiday at Megan's Resort.

Brgy. Pundaquit
San Antonio

Wait, I just have to post this photo.
That's me with Keith Ashley and Megan. Sayang lang. :(

tintin x


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