After two days of gloomy weather, the sun finally broke through the thick clouds of Northern Mindanao. I quickly got out of bed and roared off to the town of Linamon where I spotted some nipa huts standing near the sea yesterday. The sand was not powdery white, but I’m not choosy, sand is still sand.
The beach was all mine most of the morning, that is until a truckload of soldiers jumped into the sea, barged in on my solitary talk with the sea and brought me back to the realities of Mindanao.
ON THE ROAD: 15-DAY VISAYAS & MINDANAO SERIES POSTCARD SUMMARY
LECHON DE CEBU | OZAMIZ-ILIGAN-OZAMIZ | SUN FINALLY AT LANAO DEL NORTE | WATERFALLING 101 AT ILIGAN
THE COLORS OF DIYANDI FESTIVAL | TREK JUMP SWIM | FAREWELL ILIGAN CITY | BREAKDOWN | BACK ON TRACK
SUNSET SUPPOSEDLY | BIRI ROCKS! | DAWN TO DUSK AT BIRI ISLAND | ALMOST HOME