The island hopping in Gigantes had been surprisingly wonderful. In fact, it was outright overwhelming. The views at Cabugao Gamay Island and Antonia Beach were stunningly beautiful. Then after simple yet hearty lunch of two blue crabs in Gigantes Sur Island, we went to Bantigue Island.

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The timing was perfect as it was near low tide and the sand bar was slowly appearing in the horizon. It was just awesome to see the changing of the tide. As was I enjoying my walk from the far end of the sand bar towards Bantigue Island, I trained my sights on the rock formation. Exploring the island, the shutter was non-stop from clicking. For two hours, I thought I was walking in the clouds because of the impressive rock formations that surrounded Bantigue Island.

Note: This part of LegendHarry‘s July 30-August 8, 2013 Panay Island Backpacking Trip.


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