It was Habagat season, which means monsoon in English, so waves in Saud were particularly bigger, and frankly, the opposite from Blue Lagoon's.
It was a very beautiful stroll, though there were a lot of stray dogs around. Be careful when walking along the shore though, I found it rougher than Blue Lagoon, and frankly was a bit steep. So if you loose your footing near the edge, you might get swallowed by the open sea. *scary thought*
But despite that, we enjoyed the view very much. You could really see the Bangui windmills from across the shore. And Saud is never a bad panorama. Must see!
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