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... d already been up for 7 hours.
While I napped Ferg went and rented a motorbike, which was great because then he could drive me around the island for three days :D Camiguin is a little island, you can cruise around the whole thing at about 60km/hr in 3 hours? And it’s full of sites- volcanoes, waterfalls, springs, diving/snorkeling, historical sites. Sunday we had a pretty easy day- cruised to a super tall beautiful waterfall, went to the market ...
Since we'd hired our motorbike from Perry's Pizza's the Heaven's opened big style. Today the sun shone with vengeance and we jumped on the bike like there was no tomorrow. Camiguin is simple - there is one road that runs around the circumference of the island. Not even I could get lost on this bad boy. We chose clockwise and hit Kalabawasan Falls first - the largest waterfall on the island 250 metres ...
Went to the volcanic thermal pools, an amazing place where the water is like having a hot bath 40 degrees. spent 3 hrs in the open air pools and feel refreshed all for 30 pesos about 45 pence.
Toured the island on the motor bike and had a stop off at the sunken cemetery and had some lovely food over looking the sea.
Got caught in a down pour but who cares its warm and soon dried out at speed!!!
... and laidback, not similar to the buzzling streets and noise of highly urbanized cities in Manila, Cebu or even in Iloilo. The City is clean too. There are no jeepneys or taxi cabs, just the unique tricycles will take you anywhere you want to go within the city.
Their famous boulevard is also pretty neat. There are lots of stalls or small restos which serves anything you want to eat. What I remember most is the landmark of the city, the big circular fountain ...
... traditional and indigenous religion is common practise. When they are baptized the Higaonon are allowed to keep two names, a Christian and an Higaonon name.
The Higaonon tribal people follow the habitual laws of Bunkatol Ha Bulawan Daw Nang Ka Tasa ha Lana, which means treasured unity of Love and Peace. In fact it is a code of conduct that is the sacred bond that unites the entire Higaonon community. For decades ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsCabua-An Beach Resort Mambajao
It was a place where you can really rest. Nice rooms and friendly staffs.
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