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Even though I practically grew up in a province where typhoons come and go throughout the year, I will never get used at how those natural calamities batter everything they come into contact with. No one ever will.

Calaguas Day1

The night of May 23 was spent traveling from Laguna to Camarines Norte. It was an 8-hour bus ride. We left at 11 pm and arrived in Vinzons at 7 am. Then, we had a 2-hour boat ride from Vinzons port to Calaguas Islands.

Here we are after the 10-hour travel by land and by sea!

Whew, such a long trip, not enough sleep and no decent breakfast...but the moment we saw the islands, everything we had to go through was all worth it!

After settling our things in the cottage, we decided to have a rest first and just observe and take in the beauty of Calaguas. No electricity, no AC, no cellphone signal, just the fresh sea breeze, turquoise waters, powdery white sand, and clear blue skies. Oh, welcome to the island life!

During lunch time, we were served Sinigang na Hipon (shrimp), fried chicken, vegetables, bananas, and a whole lot of rice! What more can you ask for with a very delicious meal and a view like this?

Since we were all so full and sun was still up high, we had a rest again. While the…