as the sun was going down changing the color of the sky, so does the water level of Tondol beach. i would consider it the sweetest time there.during low tide, the water flattens a large part of Tondol's fine powdery sands. flat yet so soft that one would perfectly sit while waiting for the sun to go down. like one would do in Boracay, walking without wearing slippers is relaxing.but on some parts, the sands reveal great artwork from the crabs and sea shells. small sand formations coming from the little holes that they made. it somehow actually looked like islands.
the low tide extends up to meters of its shoreline seeing fishing boats now ashore. one can just sit and witness the ripples of small waves slowly hitting the shoreline.this beach might not have the night life offered by other known beaches in the country, but the beauty of its shoreline during low tide totally compensates it. a beach that i wish will remain as it is today.