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Luggage and bags: Stick to the basics. Tabaco is a provincial city so you can use your regular backpack or wheeled luggage.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Wear light and breathable clothes as the sun is fierce in Tabaco. Bring along a wide brimmed hat if you are sensitive.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Be sure to bring your mosquito repellent and strong sunscreen... you will need both in tons.
There are a couple or so of chain drug stores in the city so I imagine you can get all your meds there. But if you require special medications then be sure to bring enough to last you the whole trip.
Photo Equipment: Bring your gear you will have a lot of photo opportunities there. It will help if you bring a waterproof casing for your cameras. If you plan to go up to the waterfalls, then prepare accordingly.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: There are some islands there that will invite a traveler to pitch a tent and watch the sun go down... Be sure to bring your snorkel and fins.
Miscellaneous: If you love fresh seafoods, most particularly uni, then you better bring some wasabi paste and kikkoman with you. :-)
Updated Feb 24, 2010
A local cemetery at the side of St. John the Baptist Parish. I find this place very serene, charming and rustic.
Written Feb 21, 2007
Favorite thing: Local breads...cheap and delicious! Visit any of the local "panaderyas" (bakeshops). This one is located at the new market in Tabaco.
Fondest memory: Since the breads all look delicious, we bought a few pieces of different flavors. Goes well with everything...hot drinks like coffee, tea or choco...or refreshments like buko juice, sodas.
Written Feb 22, 2007