After having brunch at Xtremely Xpresso Cafe, we headed off to CamayanBeach Resort. The first time I went there, I didn't get to swim because we spent most of the day at Zoobic Safari and felt that it wasn't worth staying if the sun was setting soon. But now, the beach was first on the itinerary, so by hook or by crook, I was going to get some swimming done.
The entrance fee for day trippers was P300 for adults and P250 for kids. When we got there, there was only one cabana left and it was way over at the other end of the beach where it was rocky and far from the restrooms. So, we opted to just rent 8 monoblock chairs at P25 each just so we had a place to put our stuff. It was a great idea because that way we could move around the beach to our liking. Not to mention, MUCH cheaper than a cabana. :)
We spent the day sunning ourselves, lazing around, dozing off, playing nintendo games, swimming, walking around the beach, wading in the shallow part of the beach, and taking funny pictures of ourselves.
After we had our fill of swimming, we were craving for chips and drinks. But the Camayan restaurant didn't sell any chips (a strategy to make everyone buy food at the restaurant) so we hiked off to the other end of the resort to buy some snacks.
We were still waiting for the other half of our party and night was falling. We were asked to move our monoblocks to a more well lit portion of the beach and so we did. To while away the time, we played the song game (thanks to Oh for this very bright idea) which turned out to be a lot of fun.
Well, our friends Mgirl and Avril arrived really late. But it was quite a blessing because we got to watch the amazing Kawangis ng Tribu performers.
All in all , it was a day well-spent at the beach. I loved every minute of it!