The HAWAII of the PHILIPPINES (learning Tagalog)

21/4/19 – Camiguin, Philippines – after feeling ill in the morning we took the scooter out for the afternoon to explore. First up was the Hibok-Hibok observatory where we met Eric and learned a lot about the history and geography of the island. We also learned some more Tagalog and Bisaya. We got some beautiful drone shots and then went to the south coast of the island and saw Mindanao. Then we went to the Sto Niño Cold Springs but as they were so busy and I wasn’t feeling too well we decided to go to the quieter soda water swimming pool. We made another new friend on the scoot back and caught sunset before returning to our accommodation in Mambajao.

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  1. What a lovely day out in spite of you feeling poorly. What lovely people all so friendly towards you and I’m sure they really appreciate you learning some of their language too!

  2. Actually, we Filipinos don't really say "Masaya akong nakilala ka", that feels awkward to hear that from another Filipino…hahaha. "Nice to meet you is ok" there are just some english phrases that should be left uninterpreted. 😊

  3. cute dog. nice learning a new language. good drone footage of the area and the mountain. Lovely views from the bike. all ways to have a swim to make you feel better. keep it up man 👍🏻💯👍🏻💯💯💯👍🏻👍🏻💯💯💯👍🏻👍🏻💯💯👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻💯👍🏻💯

  4. such a fast learner in tagalog word..hahaha so cute when you saying tagalog words…camiguin island is so beautiful..♥️🇵🇭salamat po …

  5. Info on the volcanoes is good to know. Also, I didn't know that Camiguin is being called the Hawaii of the Philippines.

  6. hahahaha… this is funny…. We don't really say "Masaya akong nakilala ka", I guess rarely you'd hear someone saying that… That's very formal.. I can't think of any Tagalog sentence for "Nice Meeting",..

  7. Newly subscriber here. Enjoy your vacation here more spots visit here in the Mindanao area, Philippines

  8. Yesss!! Loz's leasure getting me through cardio at the gym. Feel like one of them fan girls we met of yours in Bali 😂😂 watching u in the gym.
    I was saying the tagalog with you learning it too! Well remembered! If you could post everyday for me to keep me entertained during cardio that would be great 😂😂😂😂😂

  9. I love basking in the sun. For 20 years that I was inside the comfort of the office, now that I'm retired, out in the sun is liberating. So it's funny when neighbors tell me to do garden cleaning early morning or late in the pm rather than mid-day because they're too afraid to get scorched. Hahaha!

    Hanna is correct with the "masaya akong Makilala ka" (nice to meet you). Masaya akong nakilala ka is nice to have met you. But it doesn't matter. The context is the same.

    Are there carabaos in Hawaii? Buwahahaha!

    Camiguin is beautiful! Just like my face with all of its volcanoes. <: (

    And there's that redhead fairy and some gnomes again.

    Sorry that you got sick along the way, mate. Eat chicken soup and drink calamansi juice for a speedy recovery. You'll be your bright self in no time. Safe travels!

  10. Bisaya in the south philippines…And tagalog in the north…Guys if you try to speak tagalog in south philippines you may have to repeat it again because we are not used to foreigners speaking tagalog..haha

  11. I hope you will enjoy guys. Yes so many filipino who went to Hawaii said that Philippines is similar to Hawaii. Thank you for sharing your it. I hope you will feel good.take care.

  12. difference between makilala and nakilala : nice to meet you – masaya akong (na)kilala ka and nice meeting you masaya akong (ma)kilala ka

  13. Glad to hear that did feel better soon enough to enjoy the rest of your trip mate! I also want me a selfie with you and hannah someday! Lol

  14. Wowww… love the place! Hi guysss … 😍🤗👍 new subs here 🤗😊☺ amping kanunay!!! meaning… take care always!!!

  15. Hey listen YOU FOREIGNERS YOU ALWAYS WANT TO COMPARE…WE ARE WE…IT'S A BEAUTIFUL ISLAND ..SO PLEASE JUST LIVE THERE AND STOP THE NONSENSE. 🇵🇭❤ I was born and raised there and living in the States for decades and mind you I could've have followed my aunts advise NOT to move here in AMERICA but I'll go back and retire there. From a Filipina in NY 🇵🇭❤

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