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Philippines: Camiguin

Vulcanoes and Springs

sunny 30 °C

I am so lazy. Two months ago I uploaded pictures of my very nice trip to Camiguin; And now I finally manage to add some text to them. Camiguin is an island to be seen on non clear days from our dive shop. Finally I managed to go there.

Oh wait a minute, these tarsier monkeys are still on my own island on the way to camiguin. Some facts: these are primates, not monkeys. They only exist on Phillie's and Indonesia. They can jump meters and prefer doing nothing (like myself). But this church was the highlight of my trip.

Under the cross is a sunken cemetery. Camiguin has the highest Vulcano density in the world. So why do you think this cemetry sunk?

I call this a jeepcycle (combi of jeepney and tricycle). It is a short term smart solution of transporting more people with a 100CC engine and making more money, but a long term attack on the health of these people

My teinted relative

My new house ( I wished)

My six pack (at least)

Famous picture, featured in many guidebooks

Posted by Sander938 11:42 Archived in Philippines

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