Antonia Beach: A Slice of Paradise
As I climbed the southern hill of Gigantes Sur Island that overlooks Antonia Beach, I thought I never left Cabugao Gamay Island after all. I thought that its spectacular scenery nearly mirrored that of Cabugao Gamay Island‘s.
Below the spot that I sat was perfect place to do cliff jump. I was contemplating to do some while I was there but I got no motivation to do so. I wish I did anyway. Instead, I climbed higher and went to the other side of the hill to take more shots of the majestic scenes that flooded my sight.
As I was overwhelmed by the scenery that I seen, the adrenaline rush slowly went down. Then I felt hunger. So, I asked my guide to prepare my lunch. I only had two blue crabs.
Then I was ready for my next destination.
Note: This is part of LegendHarry‘s July 30-August 8, 2013 Panay Island Backpacking Trip.