Bermuda Beach Resort
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After the hustle and bustle of Boracay we had decided to get down to Sipalay. We were originally going to do this after Apo Island but due to the mask detour we decided to try and fit this in on the way back. This meant another long journey but we knew it would be worth it when we found some peace and relaxation in Sipalay. The day started early with the small ferry over to the mainland where ...
... seen three kinds- Light, Pale Pilsen and Red Horse. So I was SO EXCITED to try something new, even though it tasted like the Pale Pilsen. I chatted with the server about being servers, then trekked back to Sugar Beach. This is what I love about traveling- a simple errand like getting batteries turns into a beautiful day of stunning scenery, wonderful people and new experiences.
I got back in time to watch ...
... peso & 2hrs 20 mins}. From Sipalay you can take a local boat directly to Sugar Beach for 300 peso which is okay if there’s a few of you sharing the cost, or alternatively take a tricycle to barangay Nauhang about 14km away by road and then pay a local child to paddle you across the tidal river there to reach the beach. The tricycle 'mafia’ at the bus station initially wanted 250 peso to take me to Nauhang and wouldn’t go below 150 peso so i walked ...
When we arrived at Sipalay Beach after our bus journey, we phoned the resort we were staying at and the owner sent his bangka to pick us up.
Our first view of the resort was breathtaking. The sands were lovely and golden, the palm trees and vegetation in abundance. Francis (the owner) came out on the beach to greet us. He made us very welcome. After having a quick lunch (of a fresh tuna sandwich!!!) we got our bathing suits and relaxed on the beach ...
... green woods, where we first visited the Sugong Coffins. These are very old native Applai wooden coffins that are fixed into the side of the cliff face, altho’ I never learned why they’d been placed there. We moved on to visit the Lumiang Burial Cave, where over a hundred old, dusty coffins (some over 500 years old) lie nestled under rocky ledges near the opening. It’s possible to walk between Lumiang and Sumaging Cave, by wading ...