Island Born of Fire
White Island, Walkway to the Old Volcano/Stations of the Cross, Sunken Cementery and Katibawasan Falls.
We were the ones who chose those places since we appreciate much our resort we cannot take any chance of being away from it, hehehe kidding! You'll know why we only ended up to those places.
1. White Island
We went to the island first thing in the morning, we asked kuya Nap topick us up at around 5:30am so that we can watch the sunrise. Unfortunately, we overslept. When I mean we this includes our driver Kuya Nap!
We were taken to the jump off point where we have to pay a small boat (420.00/boat/6pax). Good thing is that the rates of each boat is fixed, you don't need to haggle and use your math skills that early.
It is only a 5-7min pumpboat ride to the island and you can even see it from the jump-off point. Plus you will instantly know if the island is crowded because the sand is white and the people are black, from afar. The water is sooo clear that it made me want to jump off the boat.
White island is a natural sandbar which the sea reclaims when it is high tide. We were there from 7-10am basking under the little sun, soft tides and white sand. We played Judo in the sand, mind games in the sea and "if you don't have a boyfriend right now who would your boyfriend be" kind of game.
We explored both ends and sides of the sandbar and figured out that the mountain looks like a girl on her side lying. We also tried the sea urchin, it's 3 for 50.00. they told me that it's just like oysters but knowing that I have seafood allergy and I don't have my med with me so I bailed out.
Aside form the activities above there is nothing much you can do in the sand bar, what you see is what you get but it is the best part of our day tour :)