|Top view of Deep Gold|
|Outside the resort huts|
Jambalaya is my fave little nook for breakfasts and easy sandwiches which you can take with you to the island hopping tours which the boatmen all over the place offer. There are only 3 tiny little tables so be sure to set an appointment when you are in a big group. Check out Eezy's philosophical & funny little signages on his walls. They are sure to amuse you while you wait for your food.
During our last trip to Port Barton, we decided to check out Kalipay Island about 45mins away via boat with the Bahay Kalipay group.
Finally we are here! Pi Villaraza of Bahay Kalipay tells us that he lived on this island as a hermit for a year living on coconuts alone. I always wonder what that must felt like.
|My beach boys take a dip on the ocean. Like father like son. Water is truly their element!|
|Kisses for me|
I highly recommend that you check out Port Barton for a change. Be prepared to bring cash (establishments do not accept credit card nor there is an ATM) and your own food if you are a picky eater as there are not much restaurants on the island. It helps to bring some staples like fruit and (raw) crackers for snacks on the beach.
Here's another helpful guide to Port Barton. I just don't know if it is updated.
Sending you lots of sunshine your way!
|Auspicious sign, a rainbow on the sky!|
In cosmic light & warmth,