The island is a patch of sand that almost completely disapears duing high tide. The tour will take you here for a short stop over. We were greeted by people offering us fresh sea urchin to taste at P20 per urchin. There are also stands that sell coconut juice, banana q, softdrinks etc... Fun photo op, didn't stay too long about 30 mins. It was a quick stop, but beautiful place. Tip: Bring cash, try the urchin, they'll scoop it out into your hand for a salty, slimy snack. Fresh coconut juice on the beach was nice, but not cold. After drinking the juice ask the vendor to cut the coconut, and you can eat the young coconut meat inside. They'll make a small spoon out of the coconut shell for you to use.
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