San Pascual, Masbate
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From Animosala Island we travel around 1 hour to reach this beautiful island. I was fascinated with the glowing white sand of Tinalisayan Island. Seeing from our boat, we were too excited and wanted to jump already while we near to Tinalisayan Island.
After we docked, the tour guide rented a cottage for our lunch. Of course with magnificent view of the white sand, clear sea water and coconut tree... wow! Luckily, some locals were having lunch too and they were too friendly to give us some of their food like lechon ala Masbate style. Yum! Some of the fishermen were also generous for letting us to try fresh sea urchins. Grabe! Sobrang hospitable. 🏼
This is the best island included in our tour in Burias, Masbate. We spent almost of our time here. We never mind the extreme heat just to catch a good photo and feel the fresh water of the sea. ️
Tip: Bring drinking water. Lots of lots of lots of drinking water.
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Tinalisayan Island is another island part of our Island hopping. Tinalisayan is known for its long sandbar but during our visit the sandbar wasn't that visible due to the cycle of the moon. Still we enjoyed this island for its prestine crystal blue water. It was like having your own pool. We had fun having our photops using the inflatable floater. In this island we also had our lunch and 1st time to try this seashell creature Laswi. It was yummy!!!
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Tinalisayan Island second of the five islands we visited, a long strech of sandbar with crystal clear water.
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