Philippines is composed of 3 mainlands: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. In northern Mindanao, there you can find my home island province named Camiguin. It is a small and peaceful island where most people are warm and live in an uncomplicated life. I spent most of my childhood days in the island. I left when I pursued my College education and visit again on occasions only. When I started to work I can hardly spend long holidays back home with the family. Work makes me miss Camiguin!

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Katibawasan falls

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Mount Hibok-hibok, an active volcano.
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The sunken cemetery. History says, the cemetery sunk after Mount Hibok-hibok erupted in 1950’s. Now it’s underwater and became a diving site for locals and tourists.
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Ferries that transports locals and tourists to the island and back to the mainland.
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San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish Church in the capital town of Mambajao

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17 thoughts on “I’m from Camiguin, Philippines

  1. Gorgeous! I dream of visiting the Philippines one day =) Thanks for checking out my blog, yours is beautifully filled with photos =)

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  2. Hello!
    Salamat for visiting my blog! How I stumbled on yours, I cannot remember anymore, hahahaha!
    I hope to get in touch on your blog [soon] to wonder and open my eyes to places you wondered. Take care and be well for you and baby.

    Warm wishes to you,
    Nessy

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  3. Hi Coco,
    Thank you for liking one of my posts. It’s a great thing knowing that you’re from Camiguin. I am wanting to travel to your province and get to experience the beautiful beaches. I love the beach. I like how you photographed the spots to visit there in Camiguin.

    To happy blogging,
    Farrell

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