for those who has been to this beach cove, two things will always remind them of it. first is its small and secluded fine white sand beach and second is its small cave found on the right side of the cove's rocky hills.the small cave can be accessed by walking over rocks along the rocky wall or just swim your way on a not so deep serene water. upon reaching the cave's opening, the water becomes shallower. from a hip-deep rocky surface to an ankle-deep underground area. this is known to the locals as the Kuwebang Lampas or close to being termed as a channel cave. it is simply because the other end of it has opening facing the sea.one can just sit and take time inside the cave as it was safe in the sense that we didn't saw any bats or dangerous sea creature inside it.water is clear inside this tunnel-like cave. making it a good dwelling spot for those who were avoiding the heat of the sun.let me end the Pagbilao series by thanking the comboboyz Lawstude, Kit and Manny who were with us the whole time from Cagbalete island. you made this trip a very memorable one.very special thanks to Pat and Adolf for inviting us to this hidden beach cove. plus the whole group who welcomed us in this trip Vicky, Jenni, Marra and the rest. the photo above, as taken by Adolf, shows the whole group before our trek back to the pick up point.
i'm leaving for Baguio this afternoon with Kit and we will be out this weekend for a trip to the Cordilleras along with Nadz. happy weekend!