Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Upcoming Pag-asa beach resort

Nasty beach reef … Two kids find a grand time picking up small shells on the beach sand of Baranggay Pag-asa in Mambulao, CamNorte. The beach has become popular among overseas Mambulaoans who are unwilling to take the troubles of boating to a famous island-resort called Kalalanay Island off the coast of Larap. Visitors, however, have complained of the many sharp-edged reef stones scattered across the bottom in the shallow bay water. Sometime last year, the Mambulao government worked to collect much of the reef stones in an effort to improve the swimming quality of the water. Many rocks are still waiting to be hauled off the bottom of the beach waters. The baranggay council who looks after the beach is reportedly raising funds from the beach entrance fees for the clearing of the “tihim-bato” all over the  beach water area. – Text by APHERNANDEZ /photo courtesy of JHUN REUYAN/MetroM

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