It was still early in the afternoon, but Mang Johny suggested we leave already as the waves outside of Nagsasa tend to get bigger and the tides, higher from 3PM onwards. And it was no bull. Overshadowed with grim skies, the current from Nagsasa all the way to Pundaquit felt like it could topple the boat over (and we were in a very small boat, in the middle of the open South China Sea!).
We tried to drop by Camara Island once more, but failed again because of the strong waves. Lucky Marian and Dingdong, they were able to set foot on the island and shoot their San Marino corned tuna commercial (side chika ni Mang Johny).
We stopped a few meters from shore and took a few pictures of the island before heading back to the shores of Pundaquit. Back in town, we tried our luck looking for the unnamed cascading waterfalls located south of Pundaquit beach, towards the Pundaquit river.
When you reach a fork, turn right and just keep walking. You should be able to reach the foot of the falls within five minutes.
We wrapped up the trip with a good bath and a delicious breakfast of longsilog and dangsilog. And as usual, we say Au revoir, not goodbye, to another exploit.