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The coral reefs are artificially made, but the whole place is very much ideal for swimming, fishing, and boating.
During low tides, a smaller, more undeveloped island appears and like the rest, is also suitable for fishing and swimming.
There is also the White Beach that, as its name suggests, is a stretch of white sand beach just minutes southeast of the seaport. The clear, deep, blue waters (even during low tides) are excellent for swimming and diving.
The Bomba Beach, located in barangay Bomba some 2 kilometers away from the city, is also a good area for swimming and fishing, with a bomba bridge and natural coral reefs.
Were the brothers simply handed their instruments at birth? So right when we were infants, he started playing music for us.
He was playing us Bach cell suites in our pram while we were riding around the London suburbs!
The Muricay Beach is located further away, at 4 kilometers, but the white sands and clear seas more than make up for the distance.
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