Sunday, June 20, 2010
seeing the sun going down with the rest of the group who positioned themselves on top of rocks after passing by hip-deep waters. we had the whole island by ourselves. this was our last stop for the day. unlike the other side, which is rocky and untouched, this shoreline has all the signs that it has been occupied by campers. remains of burned twigs and darkened rocks and a small damaged cottage.the hills though from afar looks ordinary but when one sets foot in the island, the bushes becomes a very interesting sight. it was like an ornamental field, a natural landscape. the boatman didn't rush us from taking shots, in fact they chose the sites where we can explore the island. each climbed over a huge rock to get a view of the sunset. it was cloudy and so there was not much to shoot, yet the fact that we get a great view of the other islands, it was relaxing. we ended the day just as i wanted it.we then left the island, our boat man decided to pass by the last island and made our way back to our camp site. a night of short stories and good cooked food kept us awake until midnight.