Travel – Bonbon beach, Romblon, Philippines

by : Bacardi Gold

This is a sandbar in Bonbon, Romblon. During high tide this part of the sandbar is submerged in water. The island is connected to Bang-og island thru this sandbar which you can walk up to its beach front. Spend an hour on its shore and be on the alert as you would be caught by the high tide on your return walk to Bonbon beach. Tiamban beach and Nunok beach are just next to each other for a continuous calm and refreshing swimming activity.


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11 thoughts on “Travel – Bonbon beach, Romblon, Philippines”

  1. Oh wow! This sounds SO beautiful. You took me on a lovely journey. I went in my mind’s eye, and it was wonderful. What wonderful places you have been. This reminds me of Morecambe Bay in England, where you can walk over the sands from Morecamben to Grange Over Sands, but the water comes rushing in at great speed, and you can easily get cut off and lose your life. Also there are sinking sands out in the Bay and you have to pick out your route very carefully or you will sink and lose your life that way. But it is a very beautiful Bay and many do walk across it. I never have but we have watched people from our safe
    Osition on the shore! They are brave!

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    1. Wow, a journey unmatched by any other journeys. I’ve never been to England yet. You make me more eager to visit the place where you’ve been. I hope and wish I could go there to experience a European shore frolicking with the waves and sands of the English beach. God Bless and always stay safe.

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    1. Well, what we don’t experience in our own country is the first thing we’ll do when we get to your country, and that’s to run in the snow. I’m sure you’ll run in the beach when you get here, hehehe….an exchange of experience. Thanks for your time and stay safe.

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