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October 23, 2013

Where to Go in Camiguin: Bura Soda Water, Sto. Nino Cold Spring and Ardent Hibok-Hibok Spring Resort

Our next stop is the Bura Soda Water Park. It's called soda because the water taste like soda.

Out of curiosity, we tasted the water. Not from the pool of course. They made a drinking station somehow.

Ang tubig ay lasang mainit na sprite.

Health benefit of drinking soda water.

We spent about 30 minutes dipped in soda water pool then we headed to our next stop... Sto. NiƱo Cold Spring.

 Because we took our lunch here, we rented a cottage for Php 50.

And we took a dip. The water was so cold that I was shaking. The pool is about 10m deep with rough sandy bottom. Small fishes can be found also in the pool. Parang yung mga fish sa fish spa. You can also rent salbabida for Php 10.

Then we went to White Island. I have separate post about it here. After White Island, we went to Ardent Hibok-hibok Spring Resort.

There is a store selling inihaw na saging saba with margarine and sugar and we bought some. Php 5 per stick. 

It's getting dark when we went inside the reort. Medyo malamok. Better apply mosquito repellant before going here.

The pool water is hot and it was so relaxing. Perfect last stop for tiring whole day Camiguin tour.


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