After snorkelling at Balicasag Island, I am excited to see and walk on the Sandbar of Pungtud Island…
Visible only during low tide, sandbars are quite amazing for its long-shore line between sea waters.
It’s going low tide. But with this state of the sea water, I guess it will take more than two hours to finally walk on the Sandbar. We call this state, “Aya-ay” in Hiligaynon or the water slack when the sea level isn’t changing. Growing up beside the beach wasn’t hard to determine these things.
So with this, I think I’ll just have some Sea Urchins that cost 20Php each and 60Php for four pieces at a bargain price.
These taste well with coconut vinegar!
Visitors from different Island Hopping Tours.