Third day of our Caramoan stay and it’s time to leave! 😦 We don’t want to be left by our flight so we tried to catch the earliest boat trip going to Sabang Port which is at 7am.
Bye Rex! Before going straight to Guijalo port we dropped by at Caramoan’s 16th century old church, the St. Michael Archangel Parish. What’s unique about this church is it’s made up of red bricks. Feels like I’m being brought back to Spanish era.
I love visiting churches, not only that I could say a prayer of worship but also I could get to appreciate the architectural structure.
We don’t have lots of time, so we just took a picture, knocked on the door and said a little prayer then we went straight to Guijalo Port.
Finally, the sun showed up when we are about to leave. You, naughty sun, why did you left when we needed you the most? HAHA
Bye Caramoan! See you again next time 🙂
Hooray for the good weather. We could now see the glimpse of the perfect cone, Mt. Mayon!!
Touchdown Sabang port. Then it’s another 2-hour ride going to Naga City. This time we didn’t rent a van. We rode on a public van and we paid php110 each. Funny it is because the driver and his van is the same person and van we rode when we left CWC. Since we already know him, after all passengers left, we asked him if we could rent his van for another 2 hours and if he could drive us to airport and then we just paid extra money. But before going to airport, he accompanied us to downtown Naga, where we bought ‘pasalubong’ then it’s so kind of him he also drive us to Magsaysay Avenue where we ate our lunch.
Just right beside Chef Doy’s is the Grissini Ristorante.
All Italian dishes on the menu!
If there’s pasta, there will always be my fave carbonara served on the table.
Okay, it’s really time to leave Naga. 😦
The picture below is captured by my friend Doreen. Such a lovely sight! One of the reason why I love flying. I could just stare and admire the clouds! 🙂
End of my Caramoan / CWC / Naga series of posts. Can’t wait to be back to such a beautiful island 🙂