Camiguin is My Home

Philippines is composed of 3 mainlands: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. It is in northern Mindanao that you can find my place, an island-province named Camiguin. It is a small and peaceful island where I spent most of my childhood. When I went to College I left my home province, finished my education and started travelling locally thereby visited the island on occasions only. When I started to work especially in Thailand, I hardly come back and spend long holidays. 😦

Katibawasan Falls

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Sunken Cemetery

San Nicolas Parish Church in the capital town of Mambajao

the path to the old volcano

the path to the old volcano

island map, located in northern mindanao philippines

8 thoughts on “Camiguin is My Home

  1. How beautiful! What a great thing to look forward to, and also a great way to see it with new eyes. It seems like even the most beautiful things can be hard to see when we are around them day in and day out. If you have had five years away from it, I bet you will see it with such increased attention, it will be lovely! πŸ™‚

    • Thanks Isadora. Oh yes, there’s no place like home as they say and wherever we go there’s always a time that we think of home and visit again. I’ll be spending Christmas there this year and will post more photos then πŸ˜‰

  2. That is some waterfall daffobelle. Looks wonderful. You sure have a place to be proud of. The closest I got to Phillipines was just off Borneo when we could see some of the Phillipine Islands. Magic. Thanks for coming over to my site and liking my posts. MM πŸ€

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