The waters were absolutely clean and cool, and it is relaxing to row out to the middle on a balsa or a kayak. The place is beautiful and calm, refreshingly far from the warm seaside cities and towns of the island. The drive going there is filled with cool, crisp mountain air with a hint of pine, the road lined with hamlets, meadows, and monasteries. We even saw cold weather blooms like hydrangeas along the way!
Liked how the floating huts had cooking areas, but I wonder if it poses a fire risk. Nonetheless glad it's not super developed since that would have ruined it, but I hope the provincial government does pay a little more attention to it and at least puts in basic facilities like bathrooms and shower stalls.
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