Woke up at 5:30 AM to pack-up our things. Locals said that the best time to see Mayon Volcano as a perfect cone is around 6 AM – 8 AM because during that time, there are no clouds around its crater.
True enough, we had a mesmerizing view of Mayon Volcano from Barangay Pawa, Balading Street (thanks to Kuya Edwin!) while eating Malunggay Pandesal from Emong’s. Got a good shot of the volcano as well!
For our 2nd day itinerary:
1. Quitinday Falls and Underground River
Quitinday Falls and Underground River (Brgy. Quitinday, Camalig) should not be confused Quintinday Hills (Brgy. Quitinday, Jovellar) because they are from different municipalities in Albay.
It took us 1hr and 30mins to reach Quitinday Falls and Underground River. We wanted to swim but decided not to because the water is not clear due to ongoing construction in the area. Environmental fee is P20 and P100 per person for Balsa rental going inside the underground river.
2. Typhoon Reming Memorial Shrine
Memorial for those 734 died, 2,360 injured and 762 missing during the Typhoon Reming.
3. Embarcadero Mall
Water-front lifestyle hub at Legazpi City. Better to be visited at night because of its colorful beaming lights. A venue for shopping, dining, entertainment and adventure sport.
Our last destination for Albay trip and where we had late lunch before going to terminal.
As for our trip going to Manila, we chose to try DLTB Co.’s Lazy Boy style! Pricey but we actually paid for a comfortable trip and good sleep. Hehe. 🙂
Expense (donations and food expense excluded):
Quitinday Falls environmental Fee: P20/person
Quitinday Underground River Balsa: P100/person
Tricycle Rental (Whole Day): total of P1,000
DLTB Co. Bus Line Lazy Boy (From Legazpi City Terminal to Cubao Terminal): P1,100/person