You have to hike up to be able to see the lighthouse.
Capones Island has been famous for its white sand beaches, rock formation and this spanish colonial lighthouse that placed at the top of a hill. They said that up to now the lighthouse is still functioning.
So lately I kept on blogging photos from our trip at Anawangin, Zambales (please see link here) and I know how much you love it (again, thank you for the likes). That’s why I wanted to share another part of our trip in CAPONES ISLAND. Ikr, this is not an analogue photos (wish i had) well if you still remember what I’ve said before that when we’re at the top of hill of anawangin suddenly ms. dee got stocked-up and I can’t used my film and since our digicam already empty we tend to used our mobile phone. So pardon me for the poor photos, hope you still like it.
*Next time I’ll be posting Camara Island.
Photographed by Weng Balbino