On our second day at Zambales, we went to Capones Island to see the lighthouse. We woke up at 5:30AM so we wouldn’t have to face such harsh sunlight when we go trekking. Even from afar, I already notice how pretty the island is. Though the boat ride only took us about 15 minutes from Pundakit, Capones is even more virgin than Anawangin (Surviving Zambales: Anawangin). There were no huts or any kind, except the lighthouse. Just an island with traces of bonfire from previous nights.
We were still witnessing a beautiful sunset when we reached the island. We discussed whether to go the long way to the lighthouse, or the short way. The short way entailed us to go swimming and no one wanted to go swimming so we opted to go the long way even if it was a lot more difficult.