the sight of one of the longest sand ripple amazed us but not when we reached it's far eastern part where an almost flat-plain rock surface came to sight.this flat surface rocks surrounds a large part of the bonsai islet on the island of Cagbalete. scientist can definitely explain the cause of the formation of these rocks.the flat rocks can only be seen during low tide. because it is flat it's not even visible from the beach shore not unless you really go near it.small bodies of water in between rock spaces becomes home to small fishes and other sea creatures. according to Allan, sea snakes can be seen around this area at night.while we were there Kit, Lawstude and i took time for photoshoots while Manny enjoyed swimming along the rocks edge. it was simply picturesque.the rock formations was nature's way of displaying how beautiful rocks can be formed by the waves of the Pacific.Lawstude already started his series of Cagbalete. you get to see other perspective.