En Route to Camiguin: Balingoan to Agora - Timid Sun and Showy BoysFriday, March 16, 2012Ryan Mach
Normally, seeing angry waves slapping against the shore makes me worried sick but I found comfort in the size of the boat we boarded on. Well, it's not that big, but the fact that sail time wouldn't take 2 hours was enough to calm me down. And the sight of life jackets was pretty much reassuring too. I don't remember how long the ferry stayed docked, I'm sure it didn't take too long. I also don't recall feeling bored at all. I guess it's because I was busy conversing with my travel buddies. That's one good thing about traveling with friends - there are hardly boring moments, unless of course your friends are a buzzkill. Ross and Erpe are anything but. As the boat sailed on, we plucked topics from the air and discussed them enthusiastically while nibbling on a pack of sweet peanuts oddly bagged inside a plastic container that had a name of juice brand on it.
|Staple nibble food - peanutes|
|Passengers wandering about|
|My travel buddies whiled the time away by taking photos of themselves.|
|"Welcome" says the board. No, that's not Teddy. His assistant, we supposed.|
|Calm waters in Benoni Port|
PART OF MY CAMIGUIN SERIES