Beach Glamping at Crystal Beach  Thursday, June 9, 2016


I don’t think that you can ever go wrong with an easy glamping experience especially after conventional beach camping for days on a secluded island. Mel and I headed to Crystal beach, situated in the neighboring town, San Narciso after our island days in San Antonio. We found ourselves on a bus routed to the next town crossing our fingers for waves that would be perfect for surfing. We arrived noontime and unfortunately, there were no waves! So we are left with no choice but enjoy the facility of the resort.


What's inside our glamping tent. 



Glamping tent is good for 3 that comes with buffet breakfast.
Surf season is over.


I spent majority of my time inside our glamping tent, having a rest, reading and listening to music while Mel explores the entire resort. He would come back to me and shares something that might interest us. In the afternoon we waited for the sunset while sitting on a log in front of the beach. They were few people in the resort, doing the same thing. For some reason, sunset in a beach is magical. There were acoustic performance in the evening that we enjoyed watching while having our dinner.

Beautiful sunset ending a tropical day.
Here comes the sun.




The following morning, we waited for the sunrise in a hammock, took a short dip in the water and I stayed in one of the beach chairs under an umbrella while watching my boyfriend enjoys the small waves playing in his legs. I found a bottle of bubble solutions in the sand and enjoyed playing it like a child. It was a trip to remember. Did I mention that this whole Zambales trip was a trip we planned with our friends, but turned us down the last minute? Nonetheless, it went unexpectedly well.


Yes, there are unplanned things that happened like coming to this surf town with no waves to surf, but with the incidents that came up suddenly, that happened accidentally, like the little joy and moments we shared when we found a bottle of bubble solution and a bubble maker. It was worth it! 


17 comments

  1. Great photos and video! May I know the title of the music used? :D

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  2. Waah this makes me want to go glamping soon! Sounds like you had an amazing, relaxing trip :') I really like your vlog too~

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    1. Hi Nana, you're new to this blog. Thank you, I appreciate you leaving a comment! It was indeed an amazing trip. :)

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    2. Hallo~ yes I'm new, it's nice to meet you > < I'm glad I found your blog because I love your contents! Looking forward to reading your future posts :)

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    3. Thank you! You're too kind. I finally had the time to explore your page and it's very relatable. I love your beauty posts! Definitely will look forward to your future posts as well. Glad I met you here. :)

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    4. BTW, i followed you on instagram. :)

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  3. Those glamping tents are sooo cool!!! I'd love to go here soon :D

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    1. Hi Renee. you will definitely have fun! They have other facilities that you guys will enjoy aside from glamping.

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  4. I shall visit this place!!

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    1. Thank you, Clauds! Your photos look so good as well. :)

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  6. RV!!! (sorry feeling close) haha I've always wanted to try Crystal Beach but nadidiscouraged ako sa maliliit na tent kasi baka di ako makagalaw ng ayos. Never knew na may glamping tent sila. Naexcite ako sa blog mo, feel mo ba? HAHA

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    1. Hi Bea! Hahaha. I don't mind you feeling close. Kinikilig ako. Haha Masaya sa glamping tent ng Crystal Beach. Malaki yun, kasya kahit 5. kaya kung dalawa o tatlo lang kayo, times two sa laki. Try niyo! Di ko pala na mention sa post, medyo mainit sa tanghali kaya dun kayo sa may mga pines para malilim. :)

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  7. Is it safe? Nalolock ba yan if ever maggagala kami? Really interested to try this. hihi

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    1. Actually walang lock, may zipper lang yung tent. Pero meron silang pinoprovide na locker sa may lobby but you have to bring your own padlocks. :)

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  8. Hi may I know the glamping rates? btw.love this blog :)

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