POSTCARDS | Out of Camiguin | Lakad Pilipinas

Five days and four nights through hot and cold springs, rushing waterfalls, friendly people, giant clams, twitchy ostriches, humongous corals, quiet neighborhoods, eerie treehouses, ruined churches, posh resorts, cheap streetside carinderas, neverending steps to an old volcano, mysterious underwater graves, funky motorelas and moonlit crashing seas; through rain and hard sun, we surely did enjoy the island that was said to be born of fire.



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Posted by Christian Sangoyo on Wednesday, January 11, 2012

11 comments:

  1. Rocks. It's more fun in the Philippines.. :)

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  2. can't wait to see your photos of Camiguin! :)

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  3. Picturesque. Stunning shot, as always :)

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  4. camiguin is one of my favorite places in the philippines! the waters seem so calm in your photo... relaxing even. totally not like the experience i had hahaha

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  5. Simurgh, Yamie, Elal Jane, Sumi,
    Thanks!

    MarLiesTravels
    Hahaha pwede

    Pinoy Adventurista
    Hay, it might take some months pa, ang hirap ng backlog :P

    Wanderme
    Haha we had some rough waters during our trip too. The photo was taken using a long exposure method kaya parang ang kalma nung tubig :)

    Tin
    The legend comes from the fact that the island of Camiguin has seven volcanos. :)

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  6. Camiguin is truly is an enchanting place. This is where my wife and I spent our honeymoon.

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  7. Pinoy Kollektor
    Really? Nice! Saan kayo nag stay? :)

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