Camiguin’s Sto. Nino Cold Springs at Night

After spending some private time with my friends at White Sand, camwhoring at the Sunken Cemetery and appreciating ruins at Guiob Church Ruins, we proceeded to the Sto. Nino Cold Springs at around 6:15PM. I think we’re the last guests to be enter that day. With an entrance fee of of Php40 and Cottage Fee of Php 50, anyone can dip his/her body at the cold spring and relax.

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Sto. Nino Cold Springs

As expected, Kenjo and Maire were the first ones to jump LOL. Ruby followed after conquering her fears haha 😛

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Sisid lang, Kenjo!

‘Waaaah Mica ang lamig! Talon ka na rin!’ they tried to convince me. I didn’t jump at first because I want to take pictures while the place is not yet completely dark. I gave in after since they were all laughing and freezing at the same time 😛

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Time to jump!

So there I jumped! The main reason why I was hesitant to jump at first is because I am sleepy. I have this tendency of sleeping while in a cold place :)) When I finally joined them at the cold pool, I swam for a few minutes and went back to the cottage after to drink buko juice.

Here are some of the pictures I managed to take. It’s already dark that time teehee 😛

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It's almost night time in Sto. Nino Cold Springs
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Nanginginig na kayo, 'noh? :))
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Slide and Splash!
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Maire is in love LOL
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Buko kayo r'yan!

We left after 30 minutes and I feel asleep at our service transportation. The funny thing there is I fell at the floor of the jeep and instead of getting up, I ended up sleeping there :))

2 Comments

  1. maire said:

    i can never forget that you fell off your chair! :)) good times mica! let’s bond more often! 🙂

    November 4, 2010
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  2. Poyt said:

    Hindi ko pala nalilink etong blog mo! LOLS! In fur, puro bakasyon ka rin ha!

    November 4, 2010
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