It takes a bumpy ride to get there and a bit of walking but its just perfect. Practically, there's no one around except me, my friend, and Kuya Ariel (the tricycle driver/tour guide) who took as there. It's sand is ain't white but its powdery soft. In fact, I almost got my cam glitched because of the the very fine sand. But then again, its beauty is simply pristine. I hope it does not waste away.
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