in Asgad, Salcedo, E. Samar
Going to this barangay is quite tricky. The road is heavily bumpy and one must have an expert in going there. The first time I went there, I had my knees aching. The road have many highs and lows with large rainwater pathways that just gave me butterflies in my stomach. But despite all these, the view of the Pacific Ocean was really awesome.
We stopped by a beach in Brgy. Jagnaya and this is one of the most popular among locals in Salcedo. We headed to the cave that makes this destination a must-see. It's actually passable during low tide and we were blessed that it was low tide. The first photo is the mouth of the cave. And it's really dangerous when the high tide comes in coz the rocks are really edgy and waves are fierce especially that it's fronting the Pacific Ocean.
And our final stop, Asgad and here is the beautiful sun rising from the east. It's like heaven opening it's doors.
And nothing beats this beautiful moment than sharing it with my little princess - and she's 2 years old right now.
Of course, kinilaw, sinugba, palawan (a local root crop), budigon(hanging rice - hehehe) and bahal (a local wine) will perfectly match with the outing.