We ended our 3 day Camiguin trip by stopping over at J&A Fishpen for dinner, we also spent our final night here. Since we spent most of our money during our previous activities, we could not afford the to buy their crab or shrimps. But we had a big and super fresh (Straight from the pond) lapu-lapu fish that was really really good. My friends also ordered halo-halo (A Filipino desert, a must try if you haven't had it before) and mango shakes, and said that both were really good. We only spent about 1,300 for a big grilled lapu-lapu fish (1.3kg), a plate of calamari, 10 cups of rice, a shell soup, 2 halo halo, a mango shake and a fruit juice.
TIP: Use bug repellent if you eat in their cottages at night. Bugs love the still water all around the place so expect a few bites!
All the drivers know where this place is, so you will have no problem finding your way to this place. Some refer to it as the 'lagoon'. It s really near the Benoni Port, so if you need to leave early the next morning, this would be a good place to stay.
We had the dormitory room, a steel at only 1,000 pesos - a room good for 10 people. With such a cheap price, there's not a lot to expect. It had 5 bunk beds, no air conditioner (just an electric fan) and common bathrooms. But since we were the only ones staying the their dormitory rooms, we still had the bathrooms all to ourselves. But I do suggest that if you have a little bit more money to spare - you should go to a different place to get a bit more comfortable.
The morning was cool though since we saw them feeding the huge fish they had in their pond! :D
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