Best Tour Guide in Camiguin

Camiguin is the second smallest province in the Philippines next to Batanes. The best part about visiting Camiguin is that it could actually be toured in one whole day. However, most of its tourist destinations are tucked in its interior. Unless you're using GPS it would fairly be a challenge visiting those sites. So if you're planning to visit Camiguin and you want to have a hassle-free tour then I suggest you acquire the services of Kuya Chris "Criz" Jabay .  The infamous multicab Kuya Criz operates a multicab that brings tourists to most if not all of Camiguin's beautiful tourist spots. Kuya Criz is a soft-spoken man but he is filled with sincere friendliness that would make you feel safe. He is also open to suggestions or consultations regarding your itinerary. What I liked most when we hired his services was the VIP treatment that we felt when he boarded the fast craft that we're riding holding a placard with our name written on it.   You

List of Festivals in the Philippines: November

Do you want to witness and be part of the exciting and colorful cultural activities in the Philippines in this month of November ?  Please check out the list of popular fiestas or festivals happening this November . Gaginaway Festival Location:  Malita, Province of Davao del Sur Details:  The festival is celebrated every 12th of November. Its highlight is the cultural presentations of the Tagacaolo tribe and other tribes of the province. This festival is a way to revisit and renew the old cultural practice of the indigenous people of the province. The word gaginaway means being together. Pawikan Festival Location:  Morong, Province of Bataan Details:  The festival is celebrated every 29th to 30th of November. Its highlight is the street dancing where participants wear sea turtle-inspired costumes. This festival is a way for the locals to intensify the awareness of the younger generation about the vulnerability of the pawikan population. It also aims to promote the protect

Calamba Church - Laguna

Calamba Church is located on J.P. Rizal corner Mercado Street in Calamba City, Laguna, directly outside the Rizal Shrine, which is the old house of Dr. Jose P. Rizal , the Philippines' National Hero. Calamba Church Calamba Church Details Calamba Church is also known as the Saint John the Baptist Parish Church . The church was built in 1859 during the Spanish colonial era. The church is known as the place where Dr. Jose P. Rizal was baptized. His original baptismal records have been found in the church archives and have been preserved and refurbished. Calamba Church - Calamba City, Laguna Calamba Church facade Calamba Church facade as seen from the side Throughout time, the church has survived countless earthquakes and typhoons however, it has no power over the destruction brought by man. Calamba Church , along with most of the houses of its parishioners, was burned by the Japanese during the Second World War. Several years later, Fr. Eliseo Dimaculangan would

CamSur-Albay Road Trip 2014

Intro I have been to Albay Province several times already but this road trip would be a big first for me. Primarily, because it is the first time that I'd be visiting it with my wife and daughter. CamSur-Albay Road Trip 2014 Unlike most of my road trip adventures that require me to backpack and transfer vehicles numerous times, this adventure requires me to be a mere copilot to my dad. Well, the good part about being the copilot is that I'm simply in charge of the GPS and the sound system. I'm also at liberty to take pictures and nap anytime I want without worrying about the steering wheel.  Here's our planned itinerary for our CamSur-Albay Road Trip . My job on this road trip was not limited to just being a copilot though, I was also in charge of the itinerary. In fact, I prepared two itineraries months before the trip. The first one takes us to three provinces in the Bicol Region while the second itinerary focuses only on two. It was the second itinerary which I named

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