Getting lost and seeing the beauty of uncharted places will always be my thing.
After our trip and exploration inside the Callao Caves, I rode at the back area of our tricy to take more snaps of the municipality as we headed home. I was softly whispering my goodbyes to the cold winds and beautiful landscape when all of a sudden, Kuya Tonton asks me if I wish to see more of Callao by going to the other side of the cave. The Callao cave is under one of the mountains of Sierra Madre and going to the other side of the mountain takes about 15-20 minutes depending on your tricy’s speed. I may or may not have been too eager in saying yes to Kuya Tonton so he showed us through the bridge going to the other side.
To go to the other side of the Callao caves, one can use a boat to cross the Pinacanauan River, the longest river in Cagayan. We had Kuya Tonton so we skipped the boat ride and went back the same road when we reached the caves.
This was the place Kuya Tonton mentioned where we could take more photos of Callao. He isn’t wrong though because the place was quiet and have no tourists. Just the locals going about their morning. I also washed my hands here and it was freezing cold. No regrets though!
Hello from the other side
This was our last stop before finally going back to our hotel before we miss our flight back to Manila. We dipped in our feet in the very cold water for a few minutes while taking in the beautiful scenery.