Mindanao Day 3

8:58:00 PM

Camiguin Island tour! Of course, you need to be able to see what a place can offer, to be able to market them. And for us future tourism sites managers, we need to experience the place itself!

First stop was White Island, which is a small island without any vegetation. The sand was grainy and white, and all I want is to stay there for the whole day! The day was overcast, but it never stopped anyone from enjoying the trip!


with Zeus and Monneth

We then went to Sunken Cemetery. The photos you usually are taken during low tide so you can see the graves properly but it was high tide during our visit. Sad! But it's okay, I know they're there. You are not allowed to scuba dive, too. They're trying to preserve it now.


 Then the old church ruins, here we are with what used to be the priests' dormitory. It was ruined during a volcanic eruption in the 1800's.


 Going back to the mainland!
Captain Seyra, chos


Ultimate selfie, leaving Camiguin Island and its two toned waters behind!
Del Monte plantation in Bukidnon (I'm still wearing a bikini top.)


at Dahilayan Adventure Park, Bukidnon
Crunchiest lettuce I've tasted! Yum!

We didn't get to try the activities because we got there late due to unforeseen events, so we missed the zip line (longest dual line in Asia) or the Zorb so we just tried to enjoy whatever was given to us. Come dinner time, everyone was hyped talking about our experiences.

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