As the names implies, I was expecting a beach but when we arrive this is what we see. Steepy rocks! So I asked our guide where's the beach. Then he pointed an opening between the rocks.
|this was taken when we're going out of the cove|
The sand there was more powdery than Boracay's. My mom took a bottle of it to add to her collection. Let me tour you inside!
By the way it was called Diwata because, according to our guide, it was believed that there was a fairy living there and protecting the place. And I asked him if he believes it and he answered yes. What more can I say?
After containing the place for ourselves we leave and paid 100 pesos to the owner as entrance fee. Yes, a whooping hundred bucks for a very small cove that wasnt even a beach. Ok lets move on, there's more to see.
Our next stop was the CYC Beach which is free of entrance. I didnt got to enjoy this place the first time I was here. It was too crowded that time and we were already pleased by a more attractive beach we saw before it and we didnt bother to get off the boat. But this time I did enjoyed, as well as my mom and brothers. We even spent the longest time of our day's trip here. Now, let the pictures do the talking.
|another "tingala" pose|
|the epic jump shot in CYC Beach|
We enjoyed so much that we even climb on the other side of the beach and this is what we saw.
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