|I know it could get confusing, so I've posted in a map where important points are highlighted by a bigger red mark. Since San Agustin is nowhere to be found on this map. I've added on a heart to signify where it's at.|
|Oh yes. It's true what they say. You can rent a stretcher for P10 a night. I can't help but notice the guy sleeping at the right... he's definitely not appreciating my new icon! hahaha.|
So we got to the terminal without really knowing if there's any bus going directly to San Agustin. I did try to contact Bachelor Express but wasn't able to get an accurate answer. If you still like to ask them anyway, you may try this link for the info.
|I took this pic at 2am while we were on the bus going to Surigao. Notice the coconut leaves look like they're all harassed. That's because few weeks ago, 'Pablo', passed by this part of Mindanao and just blew everything away.|
|For long travels like this, I needed to have my daily dose of chocolates and of course, my hand-dandy camera.|
After 6 hours, we got down from San Francisco, or San Frans as locals fondly call it, we contracted a driver of a van to take us to Britania, but first we had to get a quick breakfast at Jollibee, which was just at the back of the terminal, a couple of minutes walk away. After eating, we headed back to the terminal and got into the van, paid P200/pax and took the 45-min. ride going to our destination. La Entrada, in Britania, which is the starting point for island hopping.
So there we were, 4 giddy first timers, setting out to take their first look of the magnificent Britania islands, in the middle of the sea, with heavy, crazy rain showers and unpredictable seas.