The island looks like a crocodile's mouth from a far. As our boat came closer, the smell of salt water and "malansang amoy" welcomed us. The entire island is barren and the shoreline was composed of crashed corals while the back portion (facing the ocean) has fine brownish sand.
The Crocodile - shaped rock has a wall like stone cladding surface and so brittle. One can climb up to this rock where you can rest at the top flat ground.
This island is not ideal for camping by the way because the shoreline on both sides disappears during high tide and the flat ground at the top of the rock cannot hold any peg for your tent and since it's situated facing the ocean, strong wind is mostly experienced.
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