I once posted about this LAMAWAN in OLANGO ISLAND in my Facebook Page and I showed in my video that the LAMAW there costs about 40-60 Pesos per serving. A friend reacted and commented that it was kind of costly and that it was more affordable if one will just buy the ingredients and prepare the LAMAW at home and viola, one can have LAMAW at home at a cheaper price. I couldn’t agree more and besides one can buy LAMAW along the streets, in stalls, in the malls. What makes this LAMAW in OLANGO ISLAND different is something that I can never forget. Well, let me tell you this.
The roar of the boat’s engine was kind of deafening, leaving us to keep mum and just look around the view of the sea and the horizon. It was a beautiful morning; the sun’s rays penetrated our skin and warmed our body. The gentle waves hit the boat with a rhythm that made me sleepy when suddenly one of our companions pointed to something in the sea. When I looked at it, I saw a dorsal fin protruding on the seawater.
You may have seen videos and pictures of this island being shared a number of times on social media accounts. You saw how beautiful the beaches here are, how pristine the place… how secluded this island is. And you may have also noted what a perfect getaway for tropical destination this island is, etc., etc., etc. And then you may have read blogs about it and you may now have the idea how to get there, etc., etc., etc.
But what I’m going to showcase about Carnaza Island are not just its physical beauties but also our experiences which made this island escapade interesting and different from my earlier escapades. This account reveals why this escapade is one of my unforgettable trips ever. New treasures were found, additional keepings to my wanderlust chest.
So here’s the time story!