Some say that it’s just a piece of white sand; this little strip of dandruff that’s visible from the shores of Camiguin. Too small to be anything significant. Too insignificant to catch the fancy of bigtime developers. And even if it does, it is not commercially viable (unlike the red light district that is Boracay).
Which is just as well.
The white island cannot be owned gently, or forcibly even. It is a blip of sand that you go back to over and over and find it changed everytime. It is a moveable feast. It will always remain undeveloped. Nature intended it to be such. And we are all oh so lucky for it.
Featured Photo Credits Steve Currington