These two tiny rock islets jutting out of sea off the coast of Padre Burgos were visible from the shores of The Tamarind Tree. Approximately 500 meters from the coast, locals call these boulders Mag-Asawang Bato (literally, married rocks). I'm calling them Hiwalay na Bato (literally, separated rocks) because they're about 100 meters from each other. They should be closer if they're married, right? My friend EM mused that it's actually the distance of 100 meters that keeps the marriage alive---yeah, we're still talking about the rocks.:D
During low tide, these rock islets can be reached by foot. I wanted to explore the islets but the low tide happened around 8pm, and it was already dark. These rock islets definitely make the seascape here picturesque.
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