Although the weather has its schedule of presence on specific days, this didn't stop the thumbs up experience we had. Its low profile entrance area would make you think if it's going to be worth it. But it was :) Warm welcome was given to us by the staff. And since we visited on a weekday, that explains the few to almost no other customers on board.
We were escorted to our Naomi room (which is quite far from the shore) and it's convenient enough to stay in since we want a private comfort room. After setting our bags in, I decided to eat a late lunch meal in their restaurant. I thought it was closed since I didn't see any one soul eating inside. I was told it's open so I proceeded to order (spam and egg meal) and easily enjoyed it after-which I headed to the shore to take a peek of the beach. It was drizzling. I saw a hammock towards the shore which is perfect to start the beach day with. Carrying my camera, I took some photos of the place and myself. The next thing I know, I woke up to the footsteps of 3 staff walking on the shore. I slept in! The comfy of lying at the hammock made me drift away to dreamland. I went back to the room and continued my sleep.
Early next day, of course, is beach time! We went to the shore and saw the hyper playing waves! It was so exciting but a bit scary because it was also raining thinking that it's not safe to go in. Initiated by my friend, we go for a surfing lesson (P400/hr). IT WAS AWESOME!!! I have partly overcame my fear of open water, waves, and surfing. I thought it's going to be a fail attempt but look who's a great student: ME. :) I'll never forget this experience.
All I can say is I will definitely come back here for a longer stay. I'm still yet to experience the bonfire, jamming band, and all other water activities.
Areas of improvement:
Re-design the entrance area and restaurant to make it more inviting.
Make the place more visibly clean.