BornFree Hits the Road of Kwebang Lampas, Quezon

Kwebang Lampas was just recommended to me by Mich to go and explore, honestly i really don't know what to expect about this trip, i guess my "Dora the Explorer" instinct pushed me to go there hahahahaha! My backpack is set and BornFree hits the road to Pagbilao, Quezon.
Disclaimer: "This trip is actually to celebrate our one year anniversary as a couple." ( Lagot ako ke Mama Cynthia pag nabasa nya to! lol! )

From the jump off, signs like this will guide you to Lu Kang's private property, ummm a 10 to 15 mins trek.

Oppps! No Trespassing sign! Not to worry the property is already open to the public. Ate Gemma the caretaker when we got there is nice and accommodating.

Ton's smile says it all, the place is just beautiful! :)

The continues actions of the waters sculpted these rocks, one word is enough "WOW!" 

The place derived its name from a rock formation which forms part of a cove in Brgy. Ibabang Polo in the southern part of Pagbilao Grande Island.

Cottages are also available but pitching a tent is highly recommended and its around 200 pesos.

looking for something fishy? :)

Jellyfish alert! locally known as "salabay" might sting you while swimming, so a first aid kit is a must.

look who's with us during the trip? Yey its Elmo and Po exploring Kwebang Lampas too! :)

Looking at the horizon, I realized that life is really an endless journey. 


What to bring: If you plan to stay over night you must bring food and cooking utensils. Enough drinking water  also, though there's available water in the small store of Ate Gemma.

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