I and Nikolas are so very looking forward in visiting Cagsawa Ruins so we can practice our shots with the beautiful background of Mayon volcano. But NO, the Mayon is not visible at all.
Ok, time to go! Hahaha! Kidding! :)
Though the Mayon is not visible, I still had a great time there.
We are approach by a guy, he's name is King and since my friends are all from Bicol Region after their approval, we agreed to have our photos taken by him. He was good at taking photos with camera tricks pa.
Check it out.
Galing no? :)
Bigger than Cagsawa :)
Ok, it was an awkward position, d nman kc sinabi sken ni kuya na mgbabato ang emote eh :)
ayan na ang bato! toink! :)
The Giant effect or talagang malaki lang ako :)
according to kuya, happy and waiting pa
inabot na daw ng gabi kahihintay, sori pero masaya pa din ako :)
Galing no? :)
We gave him Php100.00, i dunno if its enough, but I am satisfied customer.
He also gave a short history of Cagsawa Church, but all I can vividly remember is that it was destroyed because of the eruption of Mayon Volcano and it was also hit by a typhoon killing almost 1,200 people.
Where did the Cagsawa name came from? One day the Franciscan friars saw a rake with a phyton rolled into it. Rake in Bicolano is "Kag-kag" and phyton is "sawa" in Tagalog. So it was name Cagsawa Church :)
It could have been better if the weather was bright and sunny, but then again, its a reason for me to visit Legazpi again.