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Caleruega: Close to Nature, Closer to God

According to the booklet given by the management of Caleruega the place is named after the birthplace of St. Dominic de Guzman, father of Order of Preachers. Wishing to honor and remember the legacy of their founder, the Filipino Dominicans established Caleruega with hopes that it will like the town of Caleruega on Spain, be a birthplace – a genesis for people speaking to and for the Divine creator.

Let me show a glimpse of our adventure in Caleruega

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Mt. Batulao at the back. πŸ™‚Β 

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How to get there:

  1. Ride a bus that will goes to Nasugbu
  2. Tell the conductor to drop you off at Hillcrest
  3. From the jump off point at Hillcrest ride a tricycle

Expenses:

Bus Fare (Silang – Hillcrest) Β – 46 pesos

Tricycle Fare –Β 20 pesos (80 pesos/4 person)

Entrance Fee – 30 pesos

Mineral water – 25 pesos

Tricycle Fare – 20 pesos

Bus Fare (Hillcrest – Tsokolateria) – 26 pesos

Total – 167 pesos

Tips:

Wear comfortable clothes.

As much as possible wear sneakers or any flat shoes. You will do a lot of walking.

Bring your own water

 

 

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Author:

I want my coffee cold just like his feelings for me. I love planting herbs. When I am not blogging or watching Korean Dramas I am indulging myself with books and magazines. Always hungry for adventures.

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