Camalig Travel Guide

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  • Things to Do
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Camalig Things to Do

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    by rmcuesta Written Sep 19, 2008

    from the national highway it will take you about 20 more minutes drive going to the cave site, road is not so good but also not so bad, even light cars can take your there. a tour guide will take you inside , you will have to pay him P100 for the tour inside the cave, additional P300 option if you want the lights inside the cave to be opened.

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Camalig Shopping

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    by rmcuesta Written Oct 2, 2008

    Pinangat is one of Bicol’s trademark food other than the pili nut and its various incarnations and Bicol express, to name a few. Made from gabi leaves mixed with gata (coconut extract). Camalig in Albay is known for this delectable dish. It comes in hot and not so hot versions.

    What to buy: Pinangat

    What to pay: less than P50.00

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Camalig Off The Beaten Path

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    by i-s-a Updated Feb 21, 2007

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    The main church is closed by the time we got there. Not much choice but to roam and explore its vicinity. At the left side of the building, we saw this nice old little cemetery. Yes it is spooky here but I could not resist having my picture taken here. I find rustic cemeteries very nice and out of this world.

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