PinoyNomads and Michelle Morelos
invite you to join
Travel Photography Expedition to Bolinao and Hundred Islands
November 28 – December 1, 2008
The Photography Expedition will be for 3 days and 2 nights.
There are only 13 slots for this trip since the mode of transportation will be via 2 private vans. For those who will register for the trip, there will be a pre-trip orientation on November 21, 2008 to get to know each other before the trip and also to talk about what stuff to prepare and bring… a post-trip get-together will be scheduled after the trip.
Who’s organizing the trip and what kind of camera is accepted for the trip?
The trip is organized by The Pinoy Nomads, the same group who organized the Cagayan and Pagudpud trip last August.
The trip is aimed for both amateur beginners and serious photographers too so it’s ok if you don’t have a fancy DSLR camera and a bag full of lenses…all kinds of cameras are ok…whether it’s a DSLR, a simple point and shoot, your grandpa’s old film cam, an instamatic, a lomo cam, a pinhole cam, or heck, even a phonecam will do if its your thing! =)
How much is the fee to join the trip?
The workshop fee is P12,000 and includes transportation via private van, insurance, food and accommodation for the duration of the trip. If you pay in full by October 31, you need only pay P10,500. If you make a 50% down payment, you only have to pay P11,000. So register early to avail of the early bird rates =) …send an email to pinoynomads(at)gmail(dot)com if you’re interested to join this exciting adventure!
What are the highlights of the trip?
* Swimming in Patar – a white sand beach
* Visit to Enchanted Underground Cave
* View of Cape Bolinao Lighthouse (built by the Americans in 1903)
* Sunset shoot against rock formations
* Day tour in Alaminos Hundred Islands National Park
* Church of St James Fortress
* Bolinao falls
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