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Posted by the frustrated writer on Tuesday, January 27, 2009 Under: beaches
It was too far. The travel time seemed endless. The normal travel time from Davao City would be from 14 to 16 hours. Fortunately, the man steering the wheel had a devil-may-care attitude, it took us merely 10 and a half hours.

After playing all the songs in our car cd, we reached the City of Dapitan. When we arrived, we have to trek through a rough mountainous road. After entering the main gate, we were escorted to the receiving booth. We wasted not much time and hurried to, where else, the beach. DAKAK.

It is a cove, so secluded and so pure, with pure white sands.

The waves were miniscule, measuring from roughly 3 to 6 inches. Its like a secret beach. I swam every day. It felt like eternity. I could not fathom the pleasure. I could hardly describe the inner peace. It was timeless. It was metaphysical.

 

Dakak is actually the name of the place. The name for the Barangay where the beach belongs. But Dakak is more known for its beach resort than for its barangay. The barangay itself has quite a few residents. But the residents cannot enter the beach resort, unless they pay a high paying entrance.

It must be so hard for the residents of the barangay to live, but not swim, in their pretigious beach.

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Dakak

Posted by the frustrated writer on Tuesday, January 27, 2009 Under: beaches
It was too far. The travel time seemed endless. The normal travel time from Davao City would be from 14 to 16 hours. Fortunately, the man steering the wheel had a devil-may-care attitude, it took us merely 10 and a half hours.

After playing all the songs in our car cd, we reached the City of Dapitan. When we arrived, we have to trek through a rough mountainous road. After entering the main gate, we were escorted to the receiving booth. We wasted not much time and hurried to, where else, the beach. DAKAK.

It is a cove, so secluded and so pure, with pure white sands.

The waves were miniscule, measuring from roughly 3 to 6 inches. Its like a secret beach. I swam every day. It felt like eternity. I could not fathom the pleasure. I could hardly describe the inner peace. It was timeless. It was metaphysical.

 

Dakak is actually the name of the place. The name for the Barangay where the beach belongs. But Dakak is more known for its beach resort than for its barangay. The barangay itself has quite a few residents. But the residents cannot enter the beach resort, unless they pay a high paying entrance.

It must be so hard for the residents of the barangay to live, but not swim, in their pretigious beach.

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