We got back into the tent at around 5AM or so, but woke up shortly after that because Caloi etc. wanted to go to the river behind the campsite. I had been dying to see it but it was already night time when I learned about it.
Day 2 marks the most adventurous part of the trip, as we didn't spend the entire day in lethargy, unlike the day before. Plus someone exciting nearly greeted us on the way back to camp. More about that later.
Twilight moments. Hehe.
I like this tree stump. I could sit here all day and contemplate crazy ideas.
Everyone marching off into the horizon.
EDIT: I was just told that it wasn't our bag the snake got into. It was our tent the snake got into. It only rested on our bag for a bit before going for our shelter.
And yes, true to AB Multimedia Arts form, we just had to have a photo shoot.
This is a different photo, actually, but this was the time they noticed I was taking photos of the landscape.
2008 Bicol trip, where the beaches were pristine and white...
For details on how much we spent and the essentials we brought along, please check out my post about Day 1.
Special thanks to Leng and Tin for organizing this camping trip. It couldn't have happened without you, guys. (Thanks to Jerrah for doing most of the cooking, too. Hehe.)
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