Olympic Peninsula Adventure

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From La Conner Thousand Trails RV & Camping Resort, we drove to Coupeville Ferry Terminal. We were on the standby lane and didn't get on the first Ferry but we got on the next one. But because of that, we were able to explore Fort Casey State Park. Here's the link to that adventure A Ferry Ride to Port Townsend From Coupeville  When we arrived at Port Townsend it was late in the afternoon so we decided to spend a night in the area. We drove to Port Angeles and checked in at the Riviera Inn. Nothing special with the Inn but it was clean, cheap, and it suffice our need for the night. The next day, we checked out early from the Inn, got our breakfast, then head up Hurricane Ridge Olympic National Park. We stopped at the Overlook-Victoria B.C. From there I made a reservation for the Ferry back to Coupeville. The Ferry was full until the 5:15pm sailing time, so I went ahead and made that reservations.  We had a nice drive up to Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center.  Here's the lin

Cagsawa Ruins and Mayon Volcano

I'm glad that my family and I were able to visit the Cagsawa Ruins and the Mayon Volcano in Daraga, Albay. We are so lucky that when we arrived there, the clouds had left off the Mount Mayon and we were able to see it good.
The Cagsawa Church was destroyed by the eruption of Mayon volcano in 1814. And because of the rich history of the place and the beautiful view of church bell tower (the only structure left standing) with the majestic view of  Mayon volcano in the background, this place is one of the most visited area in Albay.







Here a short video of this trip





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  1. Your pictures of your trip are beautiful. I've never been to Albay but I like the colors and the different shades of green in your pictures and the sky is a lovely blue.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Visiting from the A to Z Blog Challenge.
    Shalom,
    Patricia @ EverythingMustChange

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    1. Thanks Pat! we didn't spend much time in Albay but from what I've seen, it's a beautiful province.

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  2. Gorgeous images Lorena!

    [@samantha_rjsdr] from
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