Anawangin, Zambales (in Video)
Anawangin is an intriguing place. Its unique landscape of pine trees and silver gray sand is said to have formed after the explosion of Mt. Pinatubo. We’ve seen photos of this secret (not so secret anymore?) beach in photo forums and local travel blogs. But it wasn’t until we met Leia of The Travel Factor did we consider it as a place for our joint company outing with Threelogy. Threelogy and M+K have been to Puerto Galera in 2006 and Boracay last year. This year we brought all our staff in beautiful Zambales.
Role reversal. I shot this video of CJ using Jon’s DSLR with my Ricoh Swabe.
CJ and Karl Photo Video from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
Anawangin Ahoy from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
Funny video of CJ carrying the cooler.
Supplies from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
Baguio or Bora?
Baguio or Bora? from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
Behind the campsite is a river (swamp?) which is not your typical Philippine landscape.
Swamp or river? from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
Hanging out in Anawangin.
Having fun in Anawangin from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
CJ shows off his l33t guitar skillz. If you’re going to play just one video. This is it!
CJ sings Harana from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
Jenn burning some marshmallows at our campfire. Watch out for the special appearance of the “Something About Mary” singing duo.
Mallows from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
Hotdog grilling naman.
Hotdog Bonfire from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
The next day, we went back to the Canoe Beach Resort in Pundaquit. I brought two fishing rods on this trip. We shot this before our fishing expedition.
Outsdoorsmen hehehe from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
Here we are fishing!
Fishing in Zambales from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
It took me 20 minutes to catch a fish. It took Mimi only 1 minute. Lol!
Fishing in Zambales from Karl de Leon on Vimeo.
All in all, this trip was a riot! It’s a good thing I packed the camera during the unbloggable moments. (Your antics are safe with us. You know who you are. Hahaha) Special thanks to Hana our studio manager, Gladys Threelogy’s office manager and to Leia of Travel Factor for organizing every detail of this trip. Can’t wait for next year!
View photos from the trip c/o team Threelogy at Gladys’ blog.
Leah ni Marvin
24 April 2008 @ 4:41 pm
waaahhh!! ang sarap umuwi ng pinas!
24 April 2008 @ 5:54 pm
“Watch out for the special appearance of the â€œSomething About Maryâ€ singing duo.” ahahaha!! perfect!
buti pa kayo nakakaouting ng summer hehe 😛 i enjoyed watching the CJ and friends show! pls. post more haha!
24 April 2008 @ 11:30 pm
Good memories… Thanks. =)Di ba may kinuha kayong vids dun sa speed inuman (inom!inom! inom! part 2)?Parang tinitignan natin kung sino yung mga “mestiso” sa camera. Naalala ko tuloy yung “special” na orange juice… he he he.
25 April 2008 @ 10:10 am
bwiset na outsdoorsman yan.. haha! 😀 nabulol once, nabulol twice :)) hehehe… nips nips cj!!! bwahahaha!! so weird nga eh, mimi+karl taking videos & threelogy taking pictures.. o ha?? LABO MEEEEEHNNN!!… 😀 nex yr nex yr!!! 😉 lav yu boooooth!!!! :-*
25 April 2008 @ 11:22 am
ahahah! panalo! naalala ko tuloy yung mga kanya-kanyang style sa pagluto ng hotdog.
mimi, para kang amazing lure, lapitin ka ng fish! hehe 🙂
oo nga dax, yung special orange juice ni leia tanggera.
it was a great trip, sana next year na, hehe 🙂
25 April 2008 @ 11:47 am
ang ganda naman ng place… ehehehe… pano pumunta jan?:D
ps… sana natatandaan niyo pa ko… ehehe. 🙂
25 April 2008 @ 6:22 pm
“Itâ€™s a good thing I packed the camera during the unbloggable moments. (Your antics are safe with us. You know who you are. Hahaha)” – Uuuuuy sino ‘to? Na intriga naman ako! MWAHAHAHAHAHA! D-uh?
27 April 2008 @ 10:07 am
btw, pansin ko 9 out of 12 videos dito sa blog na to, nasa cover si cj 😀 hehe
27 April 2008 @ 6:59 pm
Jen Syempre naman eh ako lang naman ang paa interesting dito. Mala artistahin ba? 🙂 hehehe
28 April 2008 @ 3:44 pm
“Jen Syempre naman eh ako lang naman ang paa interesting dito. Mala artistahin ba? 🙂 hehehe” – Aaaarrrgh!!! Alfred, ikaw ba yan?
29 April 2008 @ 10:14 am
ahehe nakakatuwa naman ang mga videos! 🙂 sikat na sikat si cj ah! 🙂
29 April 2008 @ 7:32 pm
Reisyn, jump off point is Barangay Pundaquit in San Antonio, Zambales. Either you rent a boat to Anawangin Cove or hire a guide for a 4-5 hour trek through the mountain. Ingat lang medyo may undercurrent daw sa Anawangin. Better safe than sorry.
kendz, sa Ang TV pa sikat yang si CJ.
4 May 2008 @ 12:06 am
brother! its a secret! hmmmp 🙂
8 May 2008 @ 9:33 pm
Ang saya naman! Glad to hear you guys had a great time!
One of my officemates had their wedding video done by threelogy. Ganda ng editing pati camera angles. Galing nila
17 May 2008 @ 6:13 pm
hi mimi & karl! and threelogy!
patingin naman ako pictures nyo =) sana sumama kayo ulit sa next trips ng Travel Factor para matikman nyo yung bago namin mix. Kool Aid strawberry flavor + ginebra
more power to you guys!
9 September 2008 @ 5:51 pm
Hi Karl and Mimi,
Photographer cum Anglers din pala kayo. I’ve been an addict angler since December 2006 (kaya photography took a back seat.. hehehe.) I frequent a forum of local filipino anglers.. check it out. http://www.filipinoanglers.org/phpBB3/ May fishing blog din ako sinimulan, check it out din, http://fishingphilippines.wordpress.com
I had a chance to work with the Threelogy group sa wedding ng aking nice and they’re a great bunch to work with.
congrats, more power and best regards to you guys!
12 November 2008 @ 8:36 pm
we are just wondering about some stuff.. like your contact for transpo going der?how much it cost total? and the camping bags?who provides it?
7 August 2010 @ 3:44 pm
it looks so nice.. how do you get to anawangin?
9 August 2010 @ 9:18 am
Sharon, there are boats in Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales that can take you to Anawangin.