Tags: bicol

Butandings of Donsol

The former sleepy town of Donsol, Sorsogon has awakened into a major tourist destination as it plays host to the seasonal migration of whale sharks, Rhincodon typus, that gathers in its warm, plankton rich waters. The whale shark interaction is both an experience and an eye opener: its size just amazes and its behavior baffles […]

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Bicol churches, 2

While visiting these churches one afternoon, I was amused that in Tiwi, Bacacay, Malilipot and Tabaco had weddings rites being held. Tiwi Church, Albay Malinao Church, Albay Malilipot Church, Albay Bacacay Church, Albay Sto. Domingo Church, Albay Daraga Church, Albay which is made of volcanic rocks. Located at a hill, this elevated place offers great […]

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Bicol churches, 1

Home to devout Catholics, Bicol is rich in monuments and structures to the Catholic faith. Dating to the Spanish era, these are usually made of corals and some in bricks. I have always been fascinated with old churches and being in Bicol is an opportunity to visit and enjoy these houses of God. While touring […]

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Bicol trip

Bicol, home to delicious cuisine flavored with generous amounts of chili and gata (coconut extract), spanish era churches, majestic mountains, forests, lakes and seas, is home to a hardy, resilient and friendly people. The welcome arch reads “Welcome to Bicolandia along the border of Quezon and Camarines Norte. The stalls of Naga City that opens […]

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Mt. Mayon – Daragang Magayon

Series 5 has already been started a few days ago at binary silver. This series shows nine different views of Mt. Mayon: From the vantage point at Daraga Albay, Mayon Resthouse, at the city, as well as the obligatory Cagsawa Ruins. Related posts: Long drive Enjoying Bicol Legazpi City, Albay Morning flight

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