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This is a bakery where you can buy different breads and pastries. What makes Vjandep so special?... It's famous pastel!
What to buy: No, they are not selling hotcakes... they are selling the yummiest pastel I have ever tasted. This pastel can be seen in different places but Vjandep originated from Camiguin. This is a place not to miss as well. They bake the pastel everyday as it is always sold out in the afternoon. As I bought some, even if it is packed on boxes already... you can smell the bread's aroma. Nothing beats freshly baked pastel of Vjandep!
What to pay: You can buy a piece for Php 6 for you to try it first. But you can buy cheaper if you will buy it big boxes.
Updated Apr 24, 2012
Address: Plaridel St. Mambajao, Camiguin Province
Phone: +63-88-387-0049 / +63-922-893-07
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bring a lot of swim wears. You can find lots of swimming places around the island. Hot springs, cold springs and beaches. We went there on our car and you can actually go to all the springs in one day. Camiguin is a small island and you can go around it for only 2 hours on a car.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Bring a tent if you plan to go to white island...
Updated Feb 21, 2007
If you are the adventurous type, & feel that you want to experience a "Romancing the stone" type of trek then you should hike to Tuasan Falls. It's a jungle alright but not too dense (see pics attached). Upon seeing Katibawasan Falls, I was not too thrilled about it. It feels too convenient & not too enthusiastic about it. Hence, I requested a trip to Tuasan with my cousins and they obliged. You must at least reserve 1 -day for this trip. We left at 9am, we were on the dirt road for almost 1 hour (ouch my bottom) by motorbike or mo-ped. Then we left the bikes upon seeing the entrance to the jungle (trust me on this, NO ONE will take your bike! I was paranoid that some locals will take it, but surprisingly no one touched it.)
Then we trekked through the jungle for another hour, please-oh-please wear proper sandals or trek shoes. I was only wearing thongs, & I don't know what bit me but they are the worst than a mosquito bite. I was only wearing my shorts and shirt & wil insects must've known I'm not a local for I was the only one biten. There's a lot of hiking and there is a so-called ladder made of coconut tree which you have to use to descend down a cliff! I was freakin out & my cousins are watching my every step for we don't need someone like me (foreigner) to fall on my ass! One of them challenged me to think "Fear Factor" that I was a contestant- that got my adrenaline going, whew! But in the end it's all worth it. Once you get there I was very impressed by the untamed beuaty of Tuasan. I was also told that one foolish tourist (German) plunged to his death upon leaping from the top of the falls. He got stuck in the bottom- the only casualty of Tuasan. My cousins & I had beer and picnic at the banks of the Falls, it felt like we own the whole place for there was only us immersing in the cool waters of the falls.
Written Apr 16, 2007