|Coca-Cola Group Pic with Mayor of Samal Bataan|
|Crossing three boats to the other side|
|Muddy Trails and my feet|
Upon reaching the site, everyone started to do their clean up. I brought out my gloves and shared the other to a fellow blogger who didn't have any. We were given sacks to be filled up. There was a lot of trash that picking them up one by one seemed endless. Its a good thing that it was a concerted effort because it was really tiring to bend and pick up the trashes especially those stuck between the Mangrove tree roots. I did my best and picked out as much as I could until I could already feel my heart beating. Soon, the sacks I filled were carried by the guys towards the boat pick up point. It was carried by the boat to the dump truck parked by the boat yard.
|everyone picking up|
|me picking up|
|guys dragging the heavy sacks of trash|
We were supposed to plant mangrove trees too but the shore was higher because of the rain. But it's not as high as it is when the tide is high. Kuya Erson taught us that the highest root of the Mangrove tree is the indication of the highest point of the water. Based on our observation, the highest root was way taller than us.
|I forgot what this is called but its my first time to see this!|
|Boarding a boat|
|View from our boat ride|
|Dump track by the boat yard awaiting our sacks of trash|
|Bataan Local Delicacies|
|Claiming our Lunch Food Stubs|
|Blogger group with Kuya Erson of Coca-Cola|