"Sometimes, it's the company and not the destination" is all the remarks I can make out of this trip. Maybe because it's not as idyllic as some of the beaches I have gone before, (see my entry here) but still, this place could still be a welcome respite to a weary-soled corporate slave like me.
A beach is a beach no matter what. And since Nasugbu is quite easy to go to plus the problems of commercialism and the ever unendearing lack of discipline among beach-goers which results into trash and litters everywhere, this place seem to be not too idyllic like the rest of them.
Grayish-black sand and somewhat murky-waters will give you second thought on whether to swim or not. However, a mid-surge of waves makes this place good for novice surfers and wade boarders. Here are some shots: