On our second day in Calaguas, we woke up praying for a much better weather. At least it's not raining! It's high time we took pictures around. We planned on going up the mountain to see the perfect view of Calaguas but unable to do so because of the unhealthy weather we're worried about.
photo credit: Darlene Garperio
Good morning guys! Gising na! We set up one of our tents inside the cottage hahaha!
a windy start of day 2, at least it's not raining.
The other side of our cottage. The caretaker lend us this tolda to cover us up.
humupa ka naman kahit konti pls!
Kuya Roberto and his son/daughter went early to our place. We agreed that he'll pick us up around 10-10:30am but because of typhoon Egay, he was worried of what could happen to us. Aside from his house in Paracale, they have a home on the other part of Calaguas Island where they usually stay after bringing visitors in Calaguas.
I took some pictures while some of my friends were freshing up and setting up our food for breakfast.
caretaker, Kuya Roberto, and the gang
toilet in Mahabang Buhangin, Calaguas
the water pump aka as "poso". You have to pay 10 per head for using.
I don't like drinking but...for once I was thankful because we fell asleep for few hours despite the disturbing weather
We waited until the waves subside, and so this was our chance on taking photos of ourselves. :D
We paid the necessary fees in Calaguas, and we're off to go back to Paracale. Another long ride in the wavy sea.. Thankfully we reached Paracale safely. It was around 1-130pm and we're hungry..
Talon sa Calaguas!
Part 1: Camarines Norte Day 1 - DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Trip to Mahabang Buhangin, Calaguas Islands
Part 2: Camarines Norte Day 1 - Surviving Mahabang Buhangin, Calaguas Islands
Part 3: Camarines Norte Day 2 - Calaguas Aftermath
Part 4: Camarines Norte Day 2 - Surfing in Bagasbas Beach, in Daet
2 Days / 1 Night Itinerary and Expenses - Camping in Calaguas and Surfing in Bagasbas