Finally, after 3 days of torrential rains, howling wind and general misery, the sun peeked through the clouds to cast a golden sheen across the Bacuit Bay.
It seems necessary to devote a full blog post to my trip from Iloilo to Palawan, given how fundamentally different it was from the usual tricyle/bus/boat combo that has peppered my time in the Philippines thus far.
Camiguin has the distinction of being the island with the most volcanoes per square metre of any island on earth. It also has more volcanoes (7) than towns (5). Its terrain alternates between the moist, green jungle and black sand, with the looming mountains in between the two.