It was after we, Dong Ho and I, had the unfortunate event of not seeing the Katala’s of Nar ra, Palawan in Borbon Beach. We were walking towards the Panacan Port to the line of tricycles there so we could go back to our lodging. Along the beach we saw this strip of what looked like riprap of rocks from afar and could not figure out what was it. When we got nearer we found out that it was a port. A more lively one than the Panacan Port we saw the day before.
Upon entering the port, there were strips of bamboo elevated where bamboo mats are placed. These are used for drying fishes or what we locally call daing.
Then there were a group of men who were standing on the side of the wall and throwing thin nylon cords to the seawater below. They were fishing. When we got close, I got curious on what they use for bait. Apparently they use the soft meat of hermit crabs to lure fishes to the hooks.