day 2 of the leg

at the white island, with mt. hibokhibok as our backdrop and the richness of the turquoise water that embraces us, even with the grey clouds above us in the early part of the day…we are happy and shiny people :-)

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we stormed the waters and took the very bumpy boat ride to the cross. 2 of the girls are already cussing us but when we reached the cross marker, they were relieved when they were confronted with the history and the mystery of the sunken cemetery.

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in here we attempted to ascend to the 14th station atop the hill.

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then the ruins

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i’ve got so many stories to tell about our adventure in this island of 5 towns with 7 volcanoes and with a very gorgeous white sand bar to boot. but that will be an attempt to chronicle even the mundane, when the photos itself reveal so much of the delight we chalahs all had for two days :-)

 

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7 Responses to “day 2 of the leg”


  1. 1 e-rod 13 July, 2007 at 4:07 am

    wow, that’s awesome! that sunken cemetery cross must have been something else to see.

  2. 2 bullrunner 13 July, 2007 at 10:00 am

    Hey nice pics! Another cool cool getaway for banggigay! I wish I could visit our islands even just half as often as you do :)

  3. 3 Ferdz 13 July, 2007 at 10:22 am

    Grabe ang saya! Really have to visit that place one of these days. As soon as matapos ang tag-ulan. haha

  4. 4 banggigay 13 July, 2007 at 11:09 am

    eric, it is indeed. a bit spooky though, especially when you see stuff underwater. but i was told, it’s their 2nd top diving spot. how is that for a site! woah!

    jaymie, i really find time exploring pinas. i may never have the chance to do it once i settle elsewhere. i’m just grateful, i share the same interest with my friends. the perks of being young and free! hahah!

    ferdz, you really must! and i know your photos would give justice to its beauty. you know, i’m a humble P&S photographer. haha!

  5. 5 Paradise Philippines Travel Blog 13 July, 2007 at 9:28 pm

    i really love camiguin and CDO.. imagine Pastel… nagutom tuloy ako/// hehehe/ lanzones na matamis and the sweet people in the island…

  6. 6 princess 14 October, 2008 at 10:24 am

    hey..thank you for visiting our island… come again and enjoy…

  7. 7 princess 14 October, 2008 at 10:25 am

    people are also nice…


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