Camiguin Island Adventure
We recently wrote that Camiguin is developing smoothly. (Please see here )
There are new resorts and new restaurants. There might soon be a new airline connection from Manila. And there are two new attractions. One is still under construction – the other one is active.
The attraction under development is the zip line over the Taguines-Lagoon in Benoni. There are already 5 steel cables stretched over the lagoon and soon people will fly over the fish. The good idea is to make the “fliers” land at J&A Fishpen, the best seafood restaurant in Camiguin.
The other one is the Camiguin Hummer .
After having brought a funny but sophisticated Hummer-Replica to Camiguin, Ierene and Rene make bump and vibrate guests around and on top of the island.
Their idea is to provide an “all included” service. From pick-up at the hotel to “bring-back” their customers see no hassle. Customers see no add-ons like entrance fee, environmental tax, rentals and signing visitor’s books. All first class meals, drinks snacks and a sunset cocktail are included. Short: “all included?”
Their Hummer and the two guys are funny folks. The Hummer sometimes blows a fuse or its radiator pees. Ierene is a sunshine, cook and hostess. She can make even the hardest guy melt seeing her smile and taste her food. She speaks English. Tagalog and Bikol. Rene is driver (sweating), mechanic (black fingers), guide (follow him) and entertainer (close your ears). He speaks English (with an accent), French (with an accent federal), German (also with an accent) and last but not least Schwyzertütsch (nobody understands – but the engine does, and starts immediately ).