We leave footprints in places that only memories in photographs can keep them alive. We come back to them pointing out one by one the differences like meeting a friend after decades with her hair grown longer , stature transformed and savoring her sweet smile. Yes, it’s good to be back in Punta Diwata!
This humble Cave Resort dwelling in Brgy. Vinapor Carmen Agusan Del Norte is 48kms from the city proper of Butuan. The awe-inspiring cave contains 43 caverns that have a spectacular view of the sea and nearby Camiguin Island. I was there about four years ago (last December 12, 2012) and the changes were now visible. Cottages were added. Grasses were cut. Fences were painted from black to blue. And the new name board was placed.
But still, on the set of changes, there are things that we would wish to stay. I still prefer that they did not replace this Patio Chair made of rock which is a good spot for people who would love sitting pretty while wandering their eyes on the sea from the top view, plus the windy atmosphere will really add up to the drama.
And this garden on the end part of the resort is one of the assets. I saw that the area was turned out into a cottage now. Maybe the demand of new cottages is really needed.
Nevertheless, adventures could be along the way!
Developments are everywhere, but the same sunset kisses the horizon, the same salty, cold water washes away the infuriation from the scorching heat of May, the same rocks lifted its whole foundation,and the same cave sheltered the Chiroptera mammals, but the best among the constant things in Diwata is that the entrance fee remained 15.oo pesos! Yeeey! 🙂
Everyone deserves to unwind and relax a bit. Here’s to promote the enchantment cove resort of the Agusanons!