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Travel Blogs from Mambajao
... City Provincial Health Office, Zamboanga del Norte Dipolog Cathedral Dipolog City Hall
11:15-12:10 Photo ops and Tea break at Chapters Tea house
12:10-12:20 To Dipolog Airport (to fetch cj,jen&krizzy)
12:20-12:40 Travel to Dapitan City
1:30-1:40pm Travel to Jose Rizal Shrine
1:40-2:30pm Tour around Jose Rizal Shrine
... is really beautiful. Rockier and less beachy than others, and the beaches that are here are black from the volcanic ash.
We visited the sunken cemetery, a site where a cemetery was now buried under water after being wiped out from a volcanic eruption. Right up the street were the ruins of an old church also taken out by a volcano almost 100 years ago. We bought candles from these three sweet girls outside the church, then lit them inside for our ...
We escaped the pit of illness today. Kirst had been ill since Friday the day after our Apo Island dive - she'd come down with what I had, nasty. With K still feeling horrible we left Dauin and Bongo Bongo's early on Saturday morning destination the volcanic Island of Camiguin. 12 hours later we had reached Mambajao the provincial capital of Camiguin. Our journey had taken us from Dauin where we had ...
... for them to leave here than it was for me to come here.
I am lucky to have the ability to be able to come and go as I chose and have the finances to travel having talked to many locals who would love to travel even to a neighboring island let alone another country.
Red tape confronts them at every turn, multiple copies of documents, Cv's, passports are near impossible to ...
... from Iloilo City, we took a ferry to Bacolod City, then a Bus to Dumaguete City, then another ferry to Dapitan City, then lastly a 20-minute car ride to Dipolog City. Whew! I had lost track of time during the travel because it almost took us about 16 hours trevel time (including waiting time, stopovers and delays) to get to Dipolog. But it's worth the time and the effort! We arrived safely and was greeted by my officemate's family. I can see the excitement and longing ...