I really love the beach. I have this long time love affair with it. I love how the sound of the waves puts me to sleep. I love to lie down on its vast shore with the possibility of falling asleep. I love to star gaze. And of course, I love to swim. That's why I really make it a point that every opportunity to travel is also a chance to visit any nearby beach.
I wandered around the beach, it started to drizzle that time so I found myself stuck in one of the nipa hut cabanas of the resort. I wanted to swim but I restrained myself - due to heavy rainfall and wild waves. The sky cleared before the night falls and I took the time to check out the area.
The only criterion for me to say that the beach is REALLY good is that it must be "swimmable". I don't like beaches that you have to go further (like 2 kms. walk) for you to really swim. Guisi beach passed this part. I dunno if it's because of the typhoon but the beach is "swimmable".
One thing I noticed was that the sand was not that fine and I'm comparing it to the Alubihod beach (Raymen side) though both have an ivory-creamed tone of sand. But the Guisi beach has a longer stretch of shoreline while I felt that Alubihod's beach is limited (with a shorter shoreline and nets on the beach - for safety purposes I guess.)
Overall, I really liked the Guisi beach just because of its seclusion and serenity. I dunno if it's because of the stormy weather or off-peak season but I wish it stays the same when I come back.