Thursday, November 15, 2007

San Juan's Rocky Side

As an alternative to swimming, snorkeling or just plainly walking in the sand of the San Juan Beach, one could wander or trek around the rocky, limestone hills of the beach. As an added bonus, one could explore the various crevices and openings of the caves surrounding these areas. The various images that can be formed on these rocks are good and eerie conversation pieces.

Here are some of the pics I have taken while I was on the beach overlooking the hills and shots I have taken while I was on the hill overlooking the beach:








26 comments:

  1. Rocky coves! They are beautiful, aren't they?

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    How long does it take to get to San Juan?

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  2. That rocky portion of San Juan beach is indeed picturesque. I think we spent some time taking pictures there as well.

    Norman, I think you got a photographers eye worth developing.

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  3. Beautiful pictures. I love it.

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  4. Impressive rock formations! Perfect place to play hide and seek!

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  5. @ kyels - indeed. from the port of siquijor, it would take you approximately 20 minutes by van/car/jeep to san juan.

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  6. The rocks look sharp and therefore dangerously beautiful. Hope to go there someday. Nice photos Lawstude.

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  7. oh gawd... i couldn't afford a vacation anymore. :-(

    hospital duty (and sched), er, sucks.

    nice pictures lawstude. linked you up by the way. :-) see you soon.

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  8. @ferdz - thnx 4 ur kind comment, but i believe this will just merely be a stress-busting diversion. however a tip or two shall be highly appreciated.

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  9. @ aditi - thnx for passing by. glad u liked em.

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  10. @ sidney - right. not for kids thou. these rocks are sharp.

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  11. @ rsw - they are sharp. tnx for the visit.

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  12. Kakatuwa ang mga pictures... parang gusto kong pumunta sa lugar na ito!

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  13. I think one can get the best view of the beach when on a hilltop. Beuatiful place. I wish I could live there, but I don't think I'd survive. hehehe.

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  14. Another amazing set Attorney, basta maganda ang place ang sarap kunan ng pics no? Saan ba sunod na lakad?

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  15. @ ruff nurse-du-jour - i was also feelin' that way coz i am a lawyer and an accountant too but i just didn't let work get in the way of my travels. life is too short man.

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  16. @ sayote queen - love ur pics too. thanx for the visit.

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  17. @ richard the adventurer - glad ur ok now. thanx for dropping by.

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  18. @ rhodora - that's absolutely true specially if u want to capture sunrise or sunset. for me though, i use hills as backdrop or something to cover a great scene. thanx for dropping by.

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  19. @ tina - wala pa eh, pero ill post some pics of my travel to palawan, bulacan and pampanga soon.

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  20. I thought Siquijor was scary but in your pictures I see nothing but paradise. I like to go there someday.

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  21. @ jenny - yeah. pure paradise. thanx for dropping by.

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  22. this is how siquijor should be known, a place worth spending one's hard-earned peso. someday, mararating din kita...

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  23. @ zherwin - that's the spirit. i bet mag-eenjoy ka dun.

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  24. please take me there!joke

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  25. i love the place!

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