Weekend at Camotes Island

Camotes Island has been a long overdue on my bucket list of places to visit. Since I was not able to join our company’s previous team building held here, I talked to some of my officemates to organize a trip.

The reason why I was so eager to come here was to jump off from the more or less 50 ft. cliff at Buho Rock resort. When we came to the resort, we were not sure if we can jump since it was low tide. Someone told us that we can still do it but we have to jump off far from the cliff so that we land on the deeper part of the sea. And after few hesitations, we did it. 🙂

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(Left) Not sure if thumbs up for hurrah or boo! From Consuelo Port going to Santiago Beach Resort. :3 (Right) Because sitting inside the car is too mainstream. It’s more fun in Camotes. FYI, she is a Korean.

Marifil. The Mother of Perpetual Help.

That's me. :3

(Top-left) Jobi and Bob (Rastafari) (Top-right) Jobi's desperation move to negotiate for a car we're going to use on our island tour. (Bottom-left) #thuglife (Botttom-right) Waiting for our turn to go into the cave. Timubo Cave.
(Top-left) Jobi and Bob (Rastafari) (Top-right) Jobi’s desperation move to negotiate for a car we’re going to use on our island tour. (Bottom-left) #thuglife (Botttom-right) Waiting for our turn to go into the cave. Timubo Cave.

Welcome to Buho Rock. Come in!

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(Left) The Foreigner and the Native. (Right) Pretty Koreans. …^_^…

The Predator takes off.

That's not gangster, Kevs.

That's me, again. :3

Kevin's FAB look. XD

Sum-up of our Camotes island adventure. Enjoy! :3

The author J-Boy Cagumbay

Full stack web developer at Batmaid. Native Boholano. Lives in Poland. Loves to Travel. Hobbyist Photographer.

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