El Nido: Buluang Beach3:52 PM
It's a little funny because "Buluang" in Hiligaynon (native language of Iloilo Province and in some parts of Negros Occidental) means something that makes you crazy. Makabuluang. And we only found out about the name of the beach after we left.
Despite the cancellation of boat trips it was ironically SUNNY later that day. We forgot to bring our sunblocks because we thought it was going to rain. Oh well, time to embrace the sun, and UV rays, and get a tan. No one will know you went to a tropical country (pertaining to my Canadian balikbayan cousins) if you don't look toasted or at least with a light tan line.
Karla and me swimming in the deeper parts of the beach. We floor was full of seaweeds and it felt creepy standing on them but it was the only part were we could see small schools of fish. To be honest, it was not that spectacular but we have little to no choice but to just have fun.
Karla, being the adventurer that she is, explored the rest of the rock formations. I decided not to do so anymore because I was almost dry already. She said she found a good snorkeling spot and saw fish that were way better than what we saw earlier.