There’s so many islands there that I don’t even dare remember each one every time our navigator or guide mention their names. Caramoan is actually my first island hopping experience. To avoid too much crowd, I didn’t want to choose the country’s more popular summer destinations like Puerto Prinsesa or Puerto Gallera or Boracay. Some of the islands were off-limits because of the production of the next Survivor season. It’s good enough that there weren’t as much people as one would expect for such a beautiful place. We were there considerably time-served. There’s a good possbility that people we’ll be more aware and curious about Caramoan after Survivor.
We played with Patrick’s relatives as my brother-in-law, Red, kept bringing the starfishes for us to look at, feel and take pictures of. We sure had our fun “star-gazing” within reach. I was there with my two sisters,each of their husbands and my grilfriend, Edith. Below is my sister, Analyn, who I always love and miss a lot.
Water is not the only exciting thing in Caramoan. There’s also something-something for the ground areas. There are wonderful rock formations en route to different islands. You can also get the chance for some mini rock climbing. It’s always me and Red who were nonchalantly braving it up for it while the women were keeping their fingers crossed.
Keep your eyes peeled for this one, if you do go there.
Although our island hopping tour was only half day for me and Edith because we had to depart to another Philippine travel destination, Caramoan certainly accomodated the fun and good time we expected. Knowing I was with my family and love one was an icing on the cake. With googles, mouthpiece and lifevest, I also had my first snorkelling experience in Caramoan.
More ‘More fun in the Philippines’?
I don’t know where is Jesse Jaca now. I do know he has a great great great photography gallery. I actually first found out about the ‘More fun in the Philippines’ slogan through his page. Check out his submissions here. I’ll add one for preview …
And prepare to be impressed by the rests of his photo exhibits.
By the way, my featured blogs have a new spotlight. Look up at the menu bar on top!