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Sugar Beach

Aka Langub Beach, also the reason for the exhausting 6h+ journey across Negros. Not sure if it's called Sugar Beach cos of the coarse, brown sand, or because of Negros' history as a sugarcane producing region. Either way, certainly the journey itself was an adventure in its own right. And the beach, well not too bad either I must say!
Sugar Beach (29-31 Mar 14)

March 30th 2014
I guess I shouldn't have remarked that I hadn't taken much land transportation yet in the Visayas. Having made a somewhat last minute decision to make a long detour to a somewhat remote beach on the Southwestern coast of Negros, it was an exhausting 6h+ journey from Bais to my next destination, Sugar Beach, just a few kilometres north of the closest town of Sipalay. And when I say ex ... read more
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