Sto. Nino Cold Spring, Camiguin

First stop, Sto. Niño Cold Spring


Since we arrived lunchtime, kuya Frank suggested that we go to cold spring first and have our lunch here. There were stalls outside the resort where they cook  food as you have ordered. We had rice, chicken and fish plus coconut for refreshment. An old woman also approached us with this delicacy called “kiping”, fried crispy cassava molded like a plate.


I waited for the lunch to be served while my travel hubby and colleagues dipped in the water. I did not join them though the fresh water is tempting because I’m saving my bath for the falls and hot spring later 🙂


 (you may check our budget for this tour: Northern Mindanao Region Escapade)


About pinay travelaholic

A Filipina who loves to travel. Born with a family of travelers and started traveling when she was just 2months old. Raised in the hustle and bustling life of the metro but has savored the laid back lifestyle of the countryside during summer vacations. At a very young age, she has experienced being stranded on a train for 3 days, being thrown inside the window of the bus just to save a seat and “top loaded” (riding on the roof) on a PUJ just to reach their destination. …Traveling became her adventure since then. View all posts by pinay travelaholic

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