limestones. monkeys. sunbathing monitor lizard. pristine waters. fine white sand.
It was a lazy day. After two days of running around manila, it was nice to lounge on the sand while watching people frolic in the water. Although Manila wasn’t as gloomy as I expected it to be, the sun in Bora was worth visiting over. The island has changed a lot since I last visited it in 2006. More stores are now crowding the area and even more hawkers offering pearl earrings, cellphone plastic cases, massages, and packages that involve diving, parasailing, and the like. Continue reading
Cinco Masao Resort is a family destination. This is where you go if you are in Mati and wishes to have a quiet and peaceful experience. Mati has two beach fronts, one that which proudly boasts of great waves and another that has little to none.
Cinco Masau Resort – Barangay Tamisan, Sitio Masao, Mati Davao Oriental. The word Masao – comes from a japanese word meaning righteous or holy. Unlike Dahican, who boasts of waves from the Pacific, Cinco Masau offers a serene ambiance with its calm waters. Continue reading