Camiguin Highland Resort
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... to get some sight seeing done and hopefully book myself on a white water rafting trip for the following day. I found a beginners rafting trip easily which was due to leave the following morning so I signed up for that then headed out via jeepney to an adventure park where I walked across rope bridges suspended over a rocky ravine then finished with a short zip line ride. Next I checked out some caves further down the road which were ok but nothing special.
I got back into ...
... make the city clean.
Environmental Fee: 20
Pump Boat: 550 for 4 hours.
And then the rest is for you to take in for free, the beauty and stillness of it all.
... want to stay here, forever. It rained for a bit that morning, and viola..a rainbow. How the heavens were mighty generous to me. The smiling sun, the crystal waters, white island:)
Upon arriving, the small pump boat will dock and wait til you would want to leave. I advise you go as early as 7 AM, and enjoy it until around 11AM, but if you can still stand the heat, ...
It was an unplanned travel. A few days before the journey, my team leader asked me if I wanted to go with them to Dipolog City. The circumstance was that another officemate of ours invited her to go with her because she will be visiting home to attend their family reunion. Home is in Dipolog City. Seldom did i hear about Dipolog City and it is shameful to admit that although it was one of the famous cities here in the Philippines, I didn't really exactly know where it ...
... that are centered around the eight main rivers of their "Ancestral Domain". The tribe is divided into peaceful and warrior clans, nowadays all groups exist in peace with eachother. They are true peace loving people and also known as weavers of peace. The strive for peace is expressed in their traditional fabric, the Hinabol. The term Hinabol is a Binukid term for handwoven textile from the south of the Philippines and ...