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The Muricay Beach is located further away, at 4 kilometers, but the white sands and clear seas more than make up for the distance.
There are also mangrove tracts and seaweed plantations nearby, for those who are interested in such plant specimens.
The rest of this road is being covered by the rollout, just not the last few properties (it's a dead end road, yet their maps all show it as a through road.) Rollout is covering every road off Hillcrest Ave (all dead end roads), but the rollout is appearing to stop at the Federal Electoral boundary (which is also the council boundary between Adel Hills and Mitcham) on one road. ) Still hoping that their survey work is still going on, and the rollout will continue to the end of the road. I thought that phase 2 map would have been released by now since it says last work commencing in Jul 2012 for postcode 5154. About 95% of the people meant to get fibre are in the same situation. Work in Upper Sturt (5156) which is close to Stirling, was scheduled to commence by end of last month (June). :-) Looks like the rollout map has been updated – while 5156 is still in the 'red' it now says that last work is scheduled to commence in August in this postcode.
Residents have been trying to get an answer from NBNco since Feb, all that is received back is their generic spiel (in planning stage still, all of Aust will be covered eventually, Rollout not dependent on Electoral boundaries, etc etc.) (Yep, I'm one of the affected ones. (But my hopes are fading...) Looks like an info session for NBN is being held Thursday 2 August from 4pm-8pm Coventry Library, Stirling. (I'm in Mount Barker too) But its ok the crappy copper connections from our house will be so much better once uncle Tony and his gang pushes his 1990s FTTN solution on us! No change to rollout map though, so have no idea of the status of my area. So looks like they're maybe a month or two behind compared to before, but with this update at least I now know that I'm likely to be hooked up to the NBN by late next year.
However, if one will just look around more, they will find that there are other less-known but equally beautiful beach spots in other parts of the Philippines.
In Pagadian, in particular, there are beaches and islands that will make one believe that there is such a thing as a secluded paradise on Earth.
The Bomba Beach, located in barangay Bomba some 2 kilometers away from the city, is also a good area for swimming and fishing, with a bomba bridge and natural coral reefs.I walked past it with my dogs to suss it out because they turned off my power for 10 minutes at the start.It wasn't an AGL or Telstra van and they didn't have AGL or Telstra logo's on them whatsoever, just orange hi vis singlets. As people might know they should have started laying the cable by now.Finally, Poloyagan Beach have rocky outcroppings and coral reefs so one should be careful in trekking them.NBNCo People have been in the Stirling Exchange installing new Racks, A/C & upgrading power for the last 6 months, They are taking there time.... I Will be in the exchange in the coming month so I will update for this level.