Paguriran

Ten years ago, I took the banca to Paguriran Island. I was on a swing in Sorsogon, and although I was born and raised here, I realized I never really knew the place. My first stop was this little speck of white along the Bacon coastline. Memories of that first stop lingered long after the actual trip.

Last Wednesday, I revisited an old favorite, this time via roads fringed with greens. The beach is as I remember it to be: pristine, almost secluded, just perfect.



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  1. […] Paguriran in Sawanga,Bacon, boasts off=white sand and an outcrop that, on high tide, becomes a lagoon. It is about an hour and a half from the city proper and can be reached via a scenic drive through rice fields and roads fringed with green. Public utility jeepneys ply the route daily, but you’ll have to be mindful of schedules as there are no overnight accommodations in Paguriran just yet. […]

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