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Cagsawa Ruins

 

 

 

When was the last time I posted something here? Gosh, its been so long. School and stuff consumed me, and time became an enemy.
Anyways, I’d like to share our adventure on one rainy day last March in Cagsawa Ruins in Daraga, Albay.  Carrying an umbrella while strolling and chatting wasn’t quite nice, plus the wetness of the surroundings made it more dull. But it didn’t discourage us to have a fun time, we could care less. Right? hehehe =)

My friends strolling despite the gloomy and damp weather. Well, memories are created this way. =)

My  friends started strolling despite the gloomy and damp weather. Well, memories are created this way. =)

 

CAGSAWA RUINS

Cagsawa Ruins

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Covered by the clouds but majestic and beautiful Mayon Volcano, nonetheless.
Covered by the clouds but majestic and beautiful Mayon Volcano, nonetheless.

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Picturesque isn't it? =)
Picturesque isn’t it? =)
The belfry up close. The only part of the church that was left when the Mayon Volcano erupted and covered the place.
The belfry up close. The only part of the church that was left when the Mayon Volcano erupted and covered the place.

Cagsawa Ruins in ALbay

It gives off an old-century feel~
It gives off an old-century feel~

Cagsawa Ruins Albay

Cagsawa ruins in albay

Mayon Volcano

 

 

PS: The pictures weren’t perfectly taken so please bear with me.  I’m no photographer, just a photo-lover. XP hehe 😛

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