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A Paradise Island called Cagbelete in the Philippines
Philippines
Situated 1-2 hours away from the main land of Quezon Province - Philippines, in the municipality of Mauban, Cagbalete Island boasts pristine white sand and clear blue waters. Cagbalete still has its unspoiled charm unlike other famous-tourist destination beaches in the country today. No electricity, no water source, everything has to be brought in from the mainland. Basic amenities such as huts, toilets, tables and chairs are now available. One can also pitch a tent and enjoy the cool breeze at night from the Pacific Ocean. Hope it would stay this way and not turn into a party beach place...
Copyright: Edwin Karganilla Jr.
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Taken: 07/04/2014
Uploaded: 08/04/2014
Updated: 15/04/2014
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Tags: beach; nikon; dslr; summer; sand; water; ocean; paradise; philippines
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