Going Back to the Cagsawa Ruins

Mayon Volcano at Cagsawa

Mayon Volcano at Cagsawa

I was done exploring the Hoyop-hoyopan Cave. It was a surprisingly interesting tour and this was primarily because of the extremely helpful guided tour provided by the caretaker here. The tour of the cave ended with a peek at the peak of Mayon Volcano. I think it was also good that it was so since I realized that it was a clear day. I immediately thought to make a run for the Cagsawa Ruins, hoping to make it back there to get a nice photo. It was still a walk back to the main highway going back to town.

Going Back to the Cagsawa Ruins

Going Back to the Cagsawa Ruins

The problem now is how to get back to Camalig town center. I stood at a waiting shed hoping some kind of public transport would pass by. I took a jeepney coming here and I hope that another one would pass by. I took a bit of waiting since there doesn’t seem to be any regular transportation here. I did come across a tricycle which was going back to town. The thing with public transport like this is that there isn’t a fixed rate for this. I have this idea that drivers would randomly shout out prices depending on how you look like. Long story short, I managed to get back to Camalig town center. I easily found a jeepney heading towards Legazpi city. I found the junction going back to Cagsawa and started walking back. The sun was already going down, I don’t want to miss my opportunity.

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