At New Year's Eve, we still had time to roam around. We headed to Kamarikutan Cafe, which is apparently closed. But still we enjoyed just looking around the area. It has native design, with a restaurant & a small pond with Kois. And there's an art gallery.
Our trike driver suggested we had our lunch at Badjao Seafront, again we loved the food. I didn't have any allergic reactions to the sea food which means it's really fresh. We got to enjoy Sinigang na Shrimps, Calamares, Blue Marlin etc. I loved the sea weeds because it tasted good not like the ones I have tasted in Manila which really tasted bad, as if you were eating gills of a live fish.
Before we headed home, we passed by the market to buy fresh fish which was my parent's major request. We bought some Lapu-Lapu & blue marlin. I even spotted a small Shark, yikes.
Once again, Grace & I enjoyed the call of the beaches & still we're looking forward to going back & on the next time we'll bring our family & friends. We had an overload of beaches so I think I won't be craving for beaches soon. But knowing my own self as a beach addict, it's not likely to happen.