Sunday, June 28, 2015

Part IV: From Barangay Paniman to Guijalo ( Caramoan Island Series)

We left from Barangay Paniman from the house of kuya Ramil at 5:50 in the morning. We rented a tricycle for Php300.00 from a friend of kuya Ramil. It took us 45 minutes from Panama to Guijalo. We decided to dropped by St. Michael, the Archangel Parish. A very unique structure made of red bricks and bamboos built in the 15th century by the Franciscan missionary, Fray Francsico de La Cruz. The same building still stands, having withstood natural calamities like typhoons and earthquakes, and also the ravages of World War II."

the front view of St. Michael, the Archangel Parish
the lateral view of the church

 the black wide ceiling interior of of church

can't leave without taking a pose in front of this enormous and grand structure

At the Guijalo Port, we paid Php10.00 for the terminal fee (Php5.00 each). Then we headed to the boat for the 7:30 am trip for Sabang. The fare is Php 120.00 per head. The trip would take 2 hours and 30 minutes. 

while in the boat for Sabang port

We then arrived at 9:00 am but got surprised with how we have to go down from the boat. Since it is high tide, they have to transport us from a floating stairs while guided by the locals to lead us to the shore.

going down from the boat to the floating stairs (i really don't know how they call this)

this is how we were transported from the boat to the shore

From the Port of Sabang, there are vans waiting for Naga City for Php100.00/head but we are to add Php 50.00 if we want to be dropped to CWC (Camsur Watersports Complex). At 11:00 in the morning, we found ourselves headed to the front desk of CWC.





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