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Beach Diversity from Riroan to Miligabiga

SONY DSC SONY DSC SONY DSC??????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????? The shifting texture of the beaches felt like the seascape was playing a trick on me the whole time I was there. The borders overlapped in this area and there is always the mistaken notion that this is just one beach. In fact the entire length is a 5 in 1 coastal beach. Five kinds of beaches in one trek. Rock and boulders. Black beach. Pebble beach. Grey sand beach. Light sand beach. All combine to a dizzying panorama of beaches. And the most remarkable thing is : you all get these in one beach trek. Who says you can’t have it all?

Photos: Alma P. Gamil

Bulusan, Sorsogon, Philippines

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2 thoughts on “Beach Diversity from Riroan to Miligabiga

  1. Beaches seem to open that ‘window’ feeling in the beach monger and the passerby. Some convey harshness in the rush of the waves and the cold breeze. Our beaches are gentler, calmer, ‘easier’. Thanks, Jane!

    • Nice observation….and considering that in this page I have only mentioned 5 variety of beaches..truth is, there are more – like the frequently visited Dancalan beach which is classified as a white beach, the Mapaso beach (Buhang) with its impressive volcanic boulders and the Calatrava Beach which has a very unique location…I can only imagine the full moon view here:) And of course the endless ‘hubasan’ where one can observe and gather the rich marine flora and fauna like lato and gulaman, lokog/buskay up close in the coral-rimmed beaches of Bulusan.

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