Our Trip to Camiguin

June is here! It’s half of the year and I’m counting what I have done during the past 5 months. Summer is over, have I been enjoying it? Of course I did. Here are the highlights of my summer:

My trip to Camiguin last April

Camiguin Island
Camiguin Island

ostrich farm
ostrich farm

ostrich
ostrich

I meet some ostrich in Mahinog Provincial Animal Breeding and Ostrich Production Center :D. Thanks to my ever loving friend in Camiguin, it was a joy ride and funny adventure. Our first step was in Mahinog next in katibawasan falls to Sto. Nino cold spring and finally a warm bath at ardent hot spring. We’ve made the travel for just half a day using motorbikes. Che was bringing her cute baby and hubby too.

Katibawasan falls and Sto. nino are must see places when you are in Camiguin. You will be thrilled with the cold water. What I can remember when I think about the place is its coldness.

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katibawasan falls
sto. nino cold spring
sto. nino cold spring

old church
old church

The old church is a great destination if you are particular about historical places. The municipality built a small church inside the fallen old church (constructed by Spanish priests).

sunken cemetary
sunken cemetary

The next morning, Bryan and I explored Mahinog, we eventually reached a restaurant owned by Vjandep which is known for their famuos pastel.

We then dropped at Gingoog City after the trip.

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