Other Places to Go
These are some of the other places you can go to en route to some of your destinations or if you have time to spare:
Ardent Hot Springs (Is it just me, or is it not as hot as it used to be?)
Sto. Nino Cold Springs (Fish nimble at your dead skin cells as you bathe in the freezing pool.)
Luna Ristorante (Owned by an Italian who fell in love with Camiguin. Good oven-baked pizza. Quite pricey though.)
Stations of the Cross at the Old Volcano (If you’re not there for remembrance or penitence, it’s basically a hard climb up.)
“Thank You, Camiguin!”
Before you leave Camiguin, remember to buy the best Camiguin has to offer for your pasalubong. If it’s lanzones season, buying the sweet and tangy fruit for your own and your loved ones’ consumption is a no brainer. If not, VjANDEP (pronounce: silent J) pastels are a year-round staple. Finally, Maestrado tablea for your hot chocolate moments at home! Do ask your vendor how best to prepare your tablea for the most satisfying results.
When In Manila, it’s time to book that Cebu Pacific flight to Camiguin and enjoy the small town charm of the island. Did we mention that the province has a really low crime rate as well? As Gov. JJ Romualdo and his government continue to strengthen Camiguin‘s tourism industry, more and more travellers are drawn to visit the places and people of Camiguin. And some of them don’t even want to leave!
Special thanks to Ferdz Decena of www.ironwulf.net for sharing his photographs. Visit his site for more photos of his personal journeys.
When in Manila’s Quickie Guide to Camiguin