Islands and Beaches

Caramoan Series - The Island of Cotivas

Camarines Sur

Rodrigo Acuzar
Rodrigo Acuzar | Aug 06, 2013

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It took us around 45 minutes from the little Mount Caglago port to reach the heavenly site of paradise of Cotivas. Because of its remoteness, the island is too peaceful and quiet. I went to a lot of islands and beaches, but Cotivas offers something different. I wanted to be a castaway after experiencing this peace of heaven.

PREVIOUS: Caramoan Series - Hiking Mount Caglago

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WHAT A SIGHT TO SEE! Good morning, too, Sir.

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GOOD CATCH. Luckily for us, he got what our growling stomach wanted for brunch!

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SMILE! He gave us five, we gave him a hundred for the good catch!

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KALOKALIKE!

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FRESH NA FRESH! Still twitching.

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View as we go...

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HEAVEN APPROACHING!

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We got the entire day to do cartwheels and jump shots! Bear with us! Jayrold Anthony Galaraga got the better shots.

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ENOUGH OF THAT SNOW ANGEL! Got another version. SAND!!!

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PANTAWID UHAW. We encountered two boatmen that day, one selling fish for our meal and this guy selling his freshly picked coconuts.

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THE CHEF. While we were busy roaming around the island, swimming, doing cartwheels and documenting our jump shots, our boatman was diligently preparing our food.

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THE GILL DESTROYER. He was dead serious about the gills!

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C'est la vie!

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Fantasy land.

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I was thinking about the Nestea plunge while taking this photo.

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Corporate what?

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Taking their journey to yumminess!

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SERVICE DE LUXE!

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Selfieeeeesh!

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Yes, I got time to make paypay.

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See that houses on the nearby island?

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Yumminess already reached.

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Food always tastes good when you plainly use your hands.

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KAON TA!

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