Along the beach front, you would have thought that only houses are for rent. But entrepreneurial Filipinos were also bringing in their horses.
For a small fee, you can ride the horse and it will bring you to the different parts of the beach.
I was told that the sand here would be darker and it was true. Coonut trees, checked. Cuscading mountains in the background, checked. Little wooden huts, checked.
Nice sandy beach, erm, here lies the problem. Usually, the private beaches are the ones that are pretty wel-maintained. For public beaches like these, anything goes.
The locals are not too bothered by it, and it was really great to see that they were enjoying the sun, sand and sea to the max.
Walking along the beach, you will see boats being lined up, all ready to head out to sea. One interesting thing that you will notice is that all their boats have wooden balancing poles on each side. These poles act as stabilisers to the boats.
I understand that you can charter these boats for an island hopping adventure.