Doc uses ambulance to go to mall, makes patient wait A DOCTOR is facing charges for causing the delay of a a patient’s transfer from Pinamungajan to the Vicente Sotto…
Doc uses ambulance to go to mall, makes patient wait
A DOCTOR is facing charges for causing the delay of a a patient’s transfer from Pinamungajan to the Vicente Sotto Medical Center. The patient, 15-year-old John Michael, died at Vicente Sotto due to a blood clot in the head. The doctor denied she was the cause of delay.
…Larano said he and his son were already inside the ambulance with the doctor, expecting that she would assist them in going to the city. However, the doctor only hitched a ride because she allegedly did not have money to pay for her fare. The doctor reportedly asked to be taken to her house in Cebu City using the ambulance. On their way to the city, the doctor reportedly stopped at a mall in Toledo City to buy something with them waiting inside the ambulance at the parking area. Freeman report on the incident.
This is the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, June 10. Wheel chair-bound Cebuano feted for fight against illegal fishing . WHEELCHAIR bound anti-illegal fishing crusader…
This is the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, June 10.
HERO. Cebuano activist Norlan Pagal, left paralyzed after an ambush last year, was honored for his fight against illegal fishing. (Photo from Oceana Philippines facebook page.)
Wheel chair-bound Cebuano feted for fight against illegal fishing .
WHEELCHAIR bound anti-illegal fishing crusader Norlan Pagal, who has survived several attempts on his life, was recognized for his efforts and was named one of the four Ocean Heroes Award. Pagal, who survived an ambush last year and a dynamite blast thrown at his patrol boat in 2010, has been a staunch advocate of fishery laws for 13 years. He received P50,000 as part of his reward.
I am standing up for my principle because we earn our living from the sea. It is where we get our food and our livelihood that sends our children to school. Norlan Pagal.
This is the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, May 3, 2016. Radaza warns voters over insurance cards. Re-electionist Lapu-Lapu City Mayor warned voters to be…
This is the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, May 3, 2016.
Lapu-Lapu City mayor Paz Radaza says another candidate is trying to lure voters by giving them insurance cards. (Photo from www.news.lapulapucity.gov.ph)
Radaza warns voters over insurance cards.
Re-electionist Lapu-Lapu City Mayor warned voters to be wary of insurance cards handed by candidates, and said voters should not be deceived by these gifts. He accused mayoralty candidate Rolando Patalinjug of distributing accident insurance cards during a rally and that one of her supporters got one. However, when her supporter tried to avail of the benefits, she was turned down.
Radaza has the right to say what she want to say but that insurance card, before you can avail yourself of it, you should have approval from the insurance company. The insurance cards were given to our leaders. Mayoralty candidate Rolando Patalinjug.
837 boxes containing official ballots for the 630,000 voters in Cebu City is now with the City Treasurer’s Office. The ballots arrived on two 10-wheeler trucks escorted by a Swat team. City Hall guards will augment the 12 policemen assigned
to secure the ballots, which is stored at the third floor of the City Hall.
We have also improved the fire exits of the City Hall buildings as requested by the inspectors last week. Cebu City Treasurer Diwa Cuevas.
He may be leading in some of the surveys in Cebu, but former Cebu governor Tingting dela Serna said if Davao City mayor Rodrigo Duterte means what he says, then his presidency would be a chaotic one. Dela Cerna based his statement on Duterte’s own words; specifically the statements he issued against the US and Australia, whose ambassadors criticized him for his “rape joke.”
My idea of a president is one who might not be able to do much for the country as much as we want but who will definitely not do anything to damage it more. Dili na nato tiwasan ug guba bah. We cannot get a perfect president…Pero ari lang ta sa presidente nga dili lang ta mosamot ka-empyerno. Vicente dela Serna.
This is the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, April 4, 2016 Digong gets support of One Cebu. After ditching vice-president Jejomar Binay, One Cebu has…
This is the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, April 4, 2016
Digong gets support of One Cebu.
After ditching vice-president Jejomar Binay, One Cebu has thrown its support behind Davao City mayor Rodrigo Duterte, promising to give him a one-million lead in Cebu.
The unqualified support of One Cebu for Duterte is expected to significantly boost his presidential bid. This may turn out to be the start of a bandwagon effect as other parties and politicians across the country may follow suit and switch loyalties and adopt him as their presidential candidate. One Cebu press statement.
Cebu City Mayor Mike Rama said politics is behind the change of command at the Police Regional Office 7, five weeks before the elections. Chief Supt. Patrocinio Comendador Jr. will replace Chief. Supt. Manuel Gaerlan as PRO 7 head starting April 4.
It is the changing of guards that I will consider detestable, appaling and scandalous. There should be no changing anymore. What is needed now is stability and continuity. Cebu City Mayor Mike Rama.
This the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, Feb. 12, 2016. One-month reprieve Motorists who pass through the Mandaue-Mactan bridge will get a reprieve for a…
This the roundup of stories that came out in local publications today, Feb. 12, 2016.
30-DAY RELIEF. Commuters who pass through the Mandaue-Mactan bridge get a relief after authorities decided to allow two-way traffic for a month.
Motorists who pass through the Mandaue-Mactan bridge will get a reprieve for a month after authorities decided to allow two-way traffic while repairs are limited to the sidewalk.
The sidewalk repair, which will last for a month, will have a team of 30 workers who can complete one side in two to three weeks. Authorities were criticized when the repair started and the bridge was limited to one-way traffic when the repair was limited to the sidewalk only. Worse, motorists who pass by the bridge only saw a few workers involved in the repair.
The key here is proper coordination. The result to that is better information dissemination to the public. Sixth district rep. Luigi Quisumbing.
Smart Prepaid subscribers are up for exciting perks and awesome experiences this 2015 as Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart), the country’s wireless services leader, kicks off another “Live All Out” season…
Smart Prepaid subscribers are up for exciting perks and awesome experiences this 2015 as Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart), the country’s wireless services leader, kicks off another “Live All Out” season at the Sinulog Festival 2015 in Cebu.
Smart Prepaid “Live All Out” is a much-anticipated presence in the country’s major celebrations. It offers subscribers passes to epic parties and exciting activities and prizes that raise the festival experience to another level.
“Our subscribers all around the country know that beyond reliable services and groundbreaking products, Smart Prepaid is also their ticket to a host of awesome experiences,” said Joel Lumanlan, Smart Prepaid Head. “This is most reflected by Smart Prepaid’s ‘Live All Out’ activities, which give subscribers nothing but fun, rewarding and unforgettable moments with family and friends.”
TOP DJs. Smart Prepaid is backing the Sinulog Lifedance on January 16 at the Sugbu Open Field in South Road Properties (SRP), where top local and international DJs are sure to whip up some wicked beats until the wee hours of the morning. (Photo taken from official Lifedance Facebook page)
Smart Prepaid is backing the Sinulog Lifedance happening on January 16 at the Sugbu Open Field in South Road Properties (SRP), where top local and international DJs are sure to whip up some wicked beats until the wee hours of the morning.
Thousands are expected to head to the Sinulog Invasion on January 18 at Fooda on Mango Avenue, and party all out to the hottest sounds by Smart ambassadors DJ Ace Ramos and MC Pao as well as internationally acclaimed DJ Quinto and DJ Alvaro.
MyCebu.ph is holding a contest for 10 free tickets to these two major parties. Learn more at the MyCebu official FB page.
Hang out at the Smart Zone
In both Sinulog Lifedance and Sinulog Invasion, Smart subscribers have access to the Smart Zone, a cozy hangout where they can retreat and re-energize from time to time.
At the Smart Zone, subscribers can spend time at the Spinnr Corner to win special tracks, create and share their own music by using their selfies at the hi-tech Photowalk, and enjoy watching live music visualizations of their ‘Live All Out’ moments while recharging their devices at the Chill All Out nook. Smart Zone also offers exciting games, where subscribers have a chance to win passes to tourist attractions.
Get a chance to win an iPhone 6
By simply loading up their mobile account at designated agents around Cebu, new and loyal Smart Prepaid subscribers joining the Sinulog festivities get a chance to win a brand new iPhone 6.
Subscribers also have a chance to take home cool ‘Live All Out’ premium items by simply topping up their mobile account and subscribing to the latest Smart promos.
Free Sinulog photo souvenirs
At select tourist destinations, Smart Prepaid subscribers also have access to ‘Live All Out’ Stations, where they can enjoy free wifi, as well as snap their own Sinulog photo souvenirs.
At the festival, subscribers will also surely make the most the 30MB worth of Smart Free Internet by staying in touch with friends and posting their best moments on their social networking sites for all the world to see using #SmartLiveAllOut and #SmartSinulog.
(NOTE: The Facebook comments you see below are answers to a tickets giveaway promo. Questions were sent to the Sinulog 2015 Guide app. The answers could be found in the article above and they had to leave their answers in the comments below.)
Seeing all those graceful Sinulog Grand Parade dancers, have you ever wished you knew how to execute those forward-backward steps? Have you ever been interested in learning a traditional Philippine…
Seeing all those graceful Sinulog Grand Parade dancers, have you ever wished you knew how to execute those forward-backward steps? Have you ever been interested in learning a traditional Philippine dance, such as the tinikling? When you travel to a place, do you consider cultural shows just as important as the other tourist attractions?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Cebuanos have a treat for you in the Teatro Sugbo component of Vivo Sugbo – an initiative of business Eric Ng Mendoza in collaboration with celebrated choreographer Val Sandiego.
Mendoza is turning what was once the music and dance club Amnezia along Ouano Avenue in Mandaue City into Vivo Sugbo, a one-stop complex for tourists.
CULTURAL PERFORMANCE. Val Sandiego and his renowned Sandiego Dance Troupe are behind the Teatro Sugbo component of Vivo Sugbo. They will perform various dances and the shows will vary and can adopt international themes as well, such as Las Vegas or Polynesian. (Photo by Dr. Peter Mancao)
The grand plan, he explained during the Vivo Sugbo launch on Tuesday, January 6, is to have nightly cultural shows at the ballroom, build stalls where about 40 vendors can sell their Cebuano specialty food and products, and put up four two-storey building clusters for high-end dining.
Mendoza said they’re currently putting up 3-square meter stalls and talking to micro, small, and medium enterprises while construction of the glass buildings in front of the former Amnezia Superclub is ongoing and scheduled for completion by March 2015.
They launched Vivo Sugbo in anticipation of the high number of tourists coming in for the Sinulog 2015 celebration and because Val Sandiego’s Teatro Sugbo is ready with its cultural shows, he explained.
“We have so much to offer, we failed to realize we haven’t offered our very own self, our culture and heritage, to visitors or even locals,” Mendoza pointed out.
ENTRANCE TO BALLROOM. A replica of the Magellan’s Cross kiosk serves as entrance to the ballroom.
Since Val Sandiego and his Sandiego Dance Troupe have a prior commitment for the Philippine visit of Pope Francis, the nightly shows for now will be every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Tourists have the option of paying for both the buffet dinner and show at P1,500 or just the show at P1,000, which already comes with drinks.
Sandiego said the shows will vary and can adopt international themes as well, such as Las Vegas or Polynesian.
“The show is set for an hour starting 8 p.m. but it will probably exceed this as there will be interaction with the tourists. We will teach the tourists how to dance,” added Mendoza. The ballroom can seat around 300 people.
SINULOG SHIRTS. You can buy souvenir shirts for Sinulog 2015 at the venue.
To provide tourists a venue to buy local products, Mendoza said they will invite producers of Cebuano delicacies like torta, masareal, dried mangoes, even Carcar lechon to come and sell at the Vivo Sugbo complex.
The Mandaue City businessman said he is also talking to vendors outside of Cebu, such as the Bohol Bee Farm and those in Bacolod and Iloilo.
He added that the rates for small vendors are very affordable at P2,250 per stall per week. Vendors can choose to continue selling, at the same stall rental, after the week is over or take a break. They can come back and sell again anytime for a minimum of seven days.
According to Mendoza, around five to 10 vendors will open shop in a couple of weeks and another 20 more in a month’s time.
Azia Suites and Residences opened just last July and is located near Gen. Maxilom Avenue (formerly Mango Avenue), along the route of the Sinulog 2015 dancing contingents.
This early, many Cebu City hotels are already fully booked for the important Sinulog 2015 dates of January 17 and 18.
These dates are the third Saturday and Sunday in January when Cebu celebrates the eve and actual day of the Feast of the Señor Sto. Niño.
Azia Suites and Residences lobby
Since many Cebu hotels and pension houses are already full, you might be one of those still looking for a place to stay when Cebuanos celebrate the festival of festivals known as the Sinulog.
Opened just this June, Azia Suites and Residences still has available accommodations for Sinulog 2015 revelers. One great thing about Azia, which means “sunshine” in Greek, is its location near Gen. Maxilom Avenue (formerly Mango Avenue), along the route of the Sinulog 2015 dancing contingents.
About half of the 60 rooms at Azia Suites are still open on the Sinulog Festival weekend, said outgoing manager for hotel operations Ian V. Fresnido. All of the hotel’s four family suites are taken, however, and what remains are standard rooms with double or twin single beds.
Azia Suites charges P4,000 per night for its standard room from January 15 to 19, 2015 and requires a minimum stay of three nights. This comes with breakfast for two. Room rate goes down to P3,500 if booking is paid by December 15, 2014 and P3,800 if by January 4, 2015.
From December 16, 2014 to January 14, 2015, Azia Suites offers a promo rate for standard rooms at P2,000 per night with breakfast for two for a minimum three-night stay.
Rooms come with cable tv and free wifi connection.
Fresnido said the hotel’s location at 8 Rahmann Extension, just beside what used to be the USC Boys’ High School, gives it easy access to Cebu City’s business, shopping, and entertainment centers. Getting a ride on a taxi or jeepney is not a problem as Azia Suites is of walking distance from Gorordo and Gen. Maxilom avenues.
The 9-storey hotel has two function rooms that can cater to an event requiring from 30 to a hundred seats.
Only one of Azia’s two restaurants, Cafe Lazat, is currently open. Fresnido said they plan to open the second one, Platela Grill, by January. The hotel also plans to open by the Sinulog season the Raya Bar, where guests can have coffee or drinks, on the topmost floor.
The top floor lounge will be a vantage point for the fireworks displays during the Sinulog Festival as well as cityscape views.
It goes by Everything Yummy and so far the dishes I’ve tasted at the restaurant seem to bear its name out. The Everything Yummy IT Park branch is cozy and…
It goes by Everything Yummy and so far the dishes I’ve tasted at the restaurant seem to bear its name out.
The Everything Yummy IT Park branch is cozy and tastefully decorated and perfect for small groups of diners. It is at eBloc Tower 2, Cebu IT Park, Cebu City.
Everything Yummy is at eBloc Tower 2 in Cebu IT Park.
My favorite starter dish is the greens, which come in two kinds: summer salad and delightful mornings.
Everything Yummy menu
Everything Yummy IT Park opens at 9:30 a.m. and serves breakfast of bacon and pancakes, with servings priced from P140 to P170. It closes at 11 p.m.
Summer Salad dish at Everything Yummy IT Park.
Other dishes in the menu: smoked turkey, smoked farmers’ ham, and Angus beef steak sandwiches; aglio olio, smoked chorizo and mushroom cream, and fusili and shrimps in basil pomodoro pasta; gambas and singa pepper prawns as well as Asian style and seared fish dishes for seafood.
Ribs can be had at half or full slabs; other pork dishes are adobomb chops, grilled pork belly, and chorizo burger. Then there’s steak: prime rib, rib eye, or US black angus.
Dessert can be a choice of mango tapioca pudding or Belgian choco lace cookies.
Everything Yummy branches
Aside from IT Park, another Everything Yummy location is Piazza Elesia in Talamban, Cebu. Contact the restaurant for inquiries and reservations.
Everything Yummy contact numbers:
Piazza Elesia – +63-917-8998669 or +63-32-4180081
IT Park – +63-917-8898669 or +63-32-4106511
Tribu Lumad Basakanon and the Province of Masbate were picked champions in the Sinulog 2014 Grand Parade free interpretation and Sinulog-based categories Rising up from calamities and misfortunes with the…
Tribu Lumad Basakanon and the Province of Masbate were picked champions in the Sinulog 2014 Grand Parade free interpretation and Sinulog-based categories
Rising up from calamities and misfortunes with the help of the Señor Sto. Niño were main concepts in many of Sunday’s Sinulog 2014 Grand Parade performances.
Other entries incorporated Philippine historical accounts.
After a whole day of performances, the judges picked the Sinulog 2014 Grand Parade winners.
The Filipinos as a nation have encountered many struggles and yet their faith and devotion to the Holy Child remain constant. Tribu Sinanduloy of Tangub City, Misamis Occidental will portray…
The Filipinos as a nation have encountered many struggles and yet their faith and devotion to the Holy Child remain constant.
Tribu Sinanduloy of Tangub City, Misamis Occidental will portray the religiosity and hopefulness of Pinoys in its Sinulog Grand Parade 2014 performance.
Its entry centers on a series of wars fought in the country in the last century or so and how the Sto. Niño was there for the people at all time. Choreographer Emilio “Jojin” S. Pascual said the presentation will be epic in scope, with five changes in set props and five sets of costumes.
Sinulog Guide can be downloaded to Android phones and tablets from the Google Play Store and to Windows Phone devices from the Windows Phone Store for free. Those using other…
InnoPub Media co-founder Max Limpag conducts a demo of the Sinulog Guide app to a small group of Cebu media and bloggers.
Sinulog Guide can be downloaded to Android phones and tablets from the Google Play Store and to Windows Phone devices from the Windows Phone Store for free.
Those using other devices can access the mobile web version of the guide at http://sinulog.myguide.ph. Standard mobile data browsing charges apply when using the app.
The Sinulog Guide is a comprehensive resource on the festival, said InnoPub Media co-founder Max Limpag during a demo today, Monday, for a small group of Cebu media and bloggers at Smart’s Jump Center in SM City Cebu.
Trips to the Cebu destinations of Bantayan and Malapascua are now available albeit with some limitations, an advisory from the Department of Tourism (DOT) in Central Visayas said. DOT 7…
Trips to the Cebu destinations of Bantayan and Malapascua are now available albeit with some limitations, an advisory from the Department of Tourism (DOT) in Central Visayas said.
DOT 7 Regional Director Rowena Lu Y. Montecillo said ferry operations in Bantayan have returned to normal a few days after super typhoon Yolanda (international codename: Haiyan) wrecked havoc in the Philippines.
Tourists may avail of special trips to Malapascua, Montecillo added in the advisory.
The app contains stories about the and offers tips on how to make the most out of your stay in Cebu for the Sinulog festival. It lists places where you can stay – complete with phone numbers and location data.
The phone numbers and location data are active – you only need to tap on a phone number to make a call or on the “check location link” to let the system check the location and, through GPS, provide you with directions to the place.
There is a relatively new nature site in Argao called Coal Mountain Resort and it is offering an underground tunnel tour to both day visitors and overnight guests. (Update: We…
There is a relatively new nature site in Argao called Coal Mountain Resort and it is offering an underground tunnel tour to both day visitors and overnight guests. (Update: We wrote about experience in the resort here: Coal Mountain Resort in Argao is retreat heaven.)
Argao Vice Mayor Stanley Caminero, whose family owns the mountain retreat, said it is in the mountainous barangay of Linut-od, which is an hour away from the main town center.
We asked for more information about the underground exploration, and he told us that it happens in a demo tunnel used by miners for their safety training.
This demo tunnel is 70 feet below the ground and 475 feet in total length, according to a Coal Mountain Resort brochure.
One of the interesting activities at Coal Mountain Resort is a walk on the hanging bridge built on the forest canopy. (Photo taken from Coal Mountain Resort Facebook page.
Visitors have the option of going down in complete mining gear and paying P80 or doing without for P30.
Coal Mountain Resort appears to be very interesting the way the vice mayor described it, and we’re already planning our visit.
The vice mayor said there has been a lot of interest in overnight stays and rooms, which can accommodate a maximum of 50 persons, are usually full. To ensure that you can be accommodated, the safest option would be to book a room a week in advance, he added.
Coal Mountain Resort
Coal Mountain Resort amenities and activities include:
* Spring-fed pools: 7 feet deep for adults and 4 feet deep with slides for kids; diving pool (16 feet diving bottom, 7 feet general depth)
* Restobar with videoke (P5 fee for two songs)
* Conference/Dining Hall
* Multi-purpose Covered Court
* Cable Car (220 meters) P100 one way
* Zipline (220 meters) P100 to P120
* Demo tunnel (70 feet below the ground, 475 feet total length)
* Canopy Walk on hanging bridge
Accommodations come in three kinds: rooms with twin beds that can accommodate four persons for P1,000 a night, rooms with common shared bed good for six persons at P1,200 a night, bahay kubo good for four persons at P1,000 a night.
Coal Mountain Resort is located 468 meters above sea level and used to be a grazing ground for carabaos owned by the Caminero family.
In the 1950s, farmers discovered and started mining coal in the area and neighboring sites. Underneath the resort, a network of tunnels still exists which is why the family decided to call it Coal Mountain.
Coal Mountain Resort offers transport services, either from Cebu City or Argao town center, with the following fees.
For more information, check out InnoPub Media’s mobile web guide to Argao or download the Android app Argao guide. The guides contain a listing of places and activities of interest in the town as well as important contact numbers.
Sogod is a Cebuano word that means beginning and locals say it is aptly named because coastlines made up of fine white sand like that in Alegre Beach Resort and…
Sogod is a Cebuano word that means beginning and locals say it is aptly named because coastlines made up of fine white sand like that in Alegre Beach Resort and Spa start here in northern Cebu.
The town hosts the first class resort of Alegre which also serves as jump-off point to the uninhabited island of Kalanggaman in Leyte with its long stretch of powder fine white sand beach.
While accommodations at Alegre Beach Resort and Spa are a little pricey, the cottages are big and comfortable. Built on the cliff top, Alegre Beach Resort and Spa rooms offer breathtaking views of the sea from the lanai.
Alegre Beach Resort and Spa’s fine white sand beachfront, where aqua sports equipment are available.
Guests can choose to swim or sunbathe at the private beaches formed by the irregular rock formation in the area.
On one of the beachfronts is The Cliff Seafood BBQ and Bar. Alegre Beach Resort and Spa guests can choose to have their lunch, snacks or dinner served at the al fresco tables set up close to the sea.
We had snacks at The Cliff as the sun was setting and the sky turned orange and then red before dusk finally set in.
When we returned for dinner, our table for eight was set up on the beach and lighted with candles. Alegre’s head chef cooked our dinner and explained the menu to us.
Fresh tuna served with herbs and spices and the chef’s special sauce. This dish is exceptional. (Photo by Marlen Limpag)
For starters, we had fresh tuna served with herbs and spices and the chef’s special sauce. The combination of flavors was exceptional.
We proceeded with tomato soup, roasted beef for the main course, and cheesecake for dessert. The dishes were quite good.
Massage by the sea
Within this beachfront is a gazebo with beds for those who want to relax or have their massage done near the sea.
Alegre Beach Resort and Spa has another restaurant up on the cliff top called the Pavilion. Buffet breakfast is served here. Outside tables have breathtaking views of lush plants and the distant sea.
The Pavilion is located close to the pool, making it accessible for after breakfast swims.
Alegre’s AquaSports shop takes care of diving and island hopping activities. In our case, we opted for the trip to Kalanggaman.
Alegre Beach Resort and Spa cabana rates range from P8,000 to P19,000 plus for deluxe rooms for a range of packages like room only or with one, two, or full-board meals.
Alegre Beach Resort and Spa cabana rates range from P8,000 to P19,000 plus for deluxe rooms for a range of packages like room only or with one, two, or full-board meals. (Photo by Marlen Limpag)
Rooms with ocean views are from P11,000 to P16,000 plus for various packages.
Ocean view rooms with a garden package, which is inclusive of breakfast, massage, scuba, and round trip transport start at P19,000 plus for an overnight stay. Garden packages longer than an overnight stay can include a trip to Kalanggaman with lunch in that island.
These rates are valid up to June 2013.
The resort charges P1,500 more during peak season which include holidays like the Chinese New Year, Holy Week, Japan Golden Week, Japan Obon Week, and Christmas.
We went to Pandanon Island off the coast of Bohol in 2010 and found a postcard view of a tropical paradise. We went back last week to find it slightly…
ISLAND PARADISE. This photo was taken in 2010 when there were fewer visitors and beach huts on Pandanon Island you’d think you had the island to yourself.
We went to Pandanon Island off the coast of Bohol in 2010 and found a postcard view of a tropical paradise. We went back last week to find it slightly changed.
There are now more cottages on the beach, for one.
When we were there last week, another hut was being built. For someone smitten by the place, it’s cause for worry – whether it’s sustainable. A resident said the island is so full on weekends it’s hard to move around. It was lucky that we were there on a weekday.