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2019 Bicol Road Trip Summary

Missed some parts of our 2019 Bicol Road Trip?
Here's the summary of my 6-day 2019 Bicol Road Trip.Places worth checking out:

Places worth checking out:


Places worth checking out:

Dancalan Beach - Sorsogon

Located in barangay Dancalan, Bulusan, in the province of Sorsogon, Dancalan Beach is a scenic crescent-shape near-white sand beach situated near the highway. 
Dancalan Beach Details The town of Bulusan is famously known for the scenic Bulusan Lake and the majestic Bulusan Volcano but during my recent visit, I discovered that there's more to the town than that. Bulusan is actually blessed with a beautiful shoreline -the most famous of which is Dancalan Beach

Dancalan Beach is a public beach that is the usual go-to destination for locals during the weekends and during summer. Aside from its easy accessibility, the entrance fee is also very affordable.  Dancalan Beach Entrance Fee:Beachgoers need to only pay P10 for a full day's worth of stay. Visitors may opt to rent an open-air kubo (nipa hut) for just P100.

If staying in a kubo (nipa hut) is not your thing, then bring a tent with you and pitch it on the beach. Then again, if you don't have a tent, bring a blanket instead and…

Barcelona Ruins Park - Sorsogon

Located on the coastal area of the town Barcelona in the province of Sorsogon, Barcelona Ruins Parkrefers to the park where century-old ruins of Spanish colonial-era buildings are found.
Barcelona Ruins Park History Speaking of the ruins of Spanish Colonial-era buildings, there are two such ruins in the park. The school building ruins at the southeastern tip of the park and the prominent Presidencia building ruins in the northwestern tip of the park. 

The Presidencia building was once the office of the governadorcillo during the colonial period. If you're wondering why the building seems massive in size, well it's because it doubled as a fortress that guards the town against the pirates and Moro raider that once frequently attacks Spanish controlled settlements. 

The pirates sure were no match for the fortress and the town remained under the control of the Spanish until their departure in 1898. What the pirates and raiders failed to do, Mother Nature and Father Time accomplished. …


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