Our trip was scheduled last Saturday morning. We left around 4am and reached Pundaquit around 8am. It rained shortly upon our arrival, and because one of us brought a baby (more or less than 1 year old), we couldn't take the boat going to Anawangin Cove as most boats didn't have tarp as roofs. All we could do was stay at the cottage in Pundaquit and hoped for weather to be favorable on our part.
It was nearly lunch and still no sign for us to go. Thing was, the rain would stop for a while, but the tides at the shore was way too strong.
For lunch, we were served Ginataang Sitaw at Kalabasa na may Hipon and Inihaw na Bangus. The Ginataan dish was a little soupy, but I love the kalabasa! Of course I loved the hipon! The inihaw looked pale because it was wrapped in aluminum foil upon grilling (to protect the relish inside), but it tasted good.
In the end, we weren't able to set foot in Anawangin Cove, but all was good. With the tides that strong and with such stormy weather, we decided it would be best for us to travel back home and just re-schedule it.