They said, the island has the rock fascinating formations of Palawan and the white sand of Boracay and pristine waters of both. Wow!Sounded too good to be true.
Not easily bought, hmm.. let me see..
From the resort we were staying ( here ), we hired a boat that would bring us to Borawan and brought us back to the resort. We rented it for P500.
Approaching the island, I could sense the truth of the locals' claim.
My excitement grew further as we got nearer...
omg I was loving what was initially showing.. amazing rocks and a promise of white sand!
Well, our kids were more excited than I was. They jumped out of the boat before it was even properly docked. They were excited about the floor embedded with gazillions shells.
And me? I went gaga over the fascinating rock formations! omg I never expected them here in Padre Burgos. I don't expect to find something exquisite in places so accessible so near to Manila. In Palawan, yes! But here in Bondoc Peninsula? I was pleasantly surprised!
Look at this wall of thousands rocks (photo).
This one is another beauty. But when we tried to sit under it, we didn't like the smell_ urine smell.
Available were nipa huts for daytime and overnight rent.
Across were other interesting islands to explore..
We didn't stay long and headed to our next stop_ Dampalitan Island.