It has been a long, humid day. Boarding time took three and a half hours and another thirty minutes before we sailed away. I could not believe what I was seeing in front of me as our vessel slowly approached the shores of Camiguin island. The sun was at its mightiest. But the scorching heat did not hinder me in appreciating the splendor of what was looming ahead. Camiguin greeted me with a silent flying kiss.
Yeah, I landed on the famous Burnham Park. As I lay my eyes on the entire place, the placid lake I guess is the main attraction for tourists. Anyone who could afford some boat rides along the lake are game expect me.
During the start of summer (around March) this year, I was out on another island hopping mini adventure in Guimaras. And one of the most breathtaking sights along the way was a house built on a limestone rock formation with a commanding view of the sea and having its own private beach.
Travel tips for backpackers, who like going to the Philippines. Information about remote areas and regions off the beaten tracks. Palawan, El Nido, Busuanga, Linapacan, Surigao, Siargao, Coron, Mindoro, Camiguin, Leyte, Samar, Negros, Bohol and many other places. Cheap flights, cheap accommodations, good restaurants. How can I rent a cheap boat ? Where will I find still awesome beaches? Where are the coral reefs still worth a visit?