Eagle's Eye Beach Resort is an under-the radar "hole in the wall" resort without much guests. There are no grand entrances leading to it, thus finding the place isn't an easy task. We initially reached the Malalag Wharf and had to back track to find our entrance. The resort is situated beside a hill where a lighthouse languidly props up. Though the place doesn't ask for an entrance fee, it has a bench and a limited number of huts you can rent. I had to get one of those open-air benches so there's a place for me to sit down.
This table-and-bench will cost you PhP150. There are no restaurants so make sure you bring your own food and drinks (although there's a small store - a tindahan - just outside your entry).
Which entrepreneur doesn't have a basic objective to please his guests? Idiots, right? If you've never heard of such a grandiosely moronic idea (that customers need not be pleased), this one should take the cake! Which begs the question, is there brain activity here - or has Elvis left the building? You can't keep sputtering English words in a sentence without valid thoughts. You have to make sense! Otherwise, it is wise to shut up!