Some people spend their Holy week to reflect, some people take this opportunity to visit their family in the province, some people take advantage the long weekend to have vacation but our family chose to have staycation at home.
Before the staycation, we had roadtrip last Thursday or should I say Visita Iglesia because my husband’s family is a Catholic. This time my husband decided to visit the churches in Cavite.
The first church is Immaculate Concepcion Parish in Naic, Cavite. This is the only church that I’ve visited that offers food and drinks. Sarap ng sapin-sapin.
Next stop in Simbahan ng Maragondon, I noticed that the churches in Cavite are already old, may mga lapida din inside the church.
Then we moved to Sto Nino Catholic Parish in Ternate Cavite. Good thing about visiting the churches in Cavite, less traffic and not crowded.
From Cavite we travelled to Nasugbu, Batangas via Kaybiang Tunnel. According to Wikipedia, “The Kaybiang Tunnel is the country's longest underground highway tunnel at 300 meters. It was opened last July 1, 2013, along the Ternate-Nasugbu Road piercing through Mt. Pico De Loro's north ridge, that shortens the travel time from Manila to the western coves of Cavite and Nasugbu, Batangas.”
It was not a busy road so we can still take picture in the middle of the road near the tunnel.
Nice thing about the Ternate-Nasugbu road is, there was no traffic and the scenic view. We can’t help but stopped and took some pictures.
We had lunch at Nasugbu before going to Caleruega, we had a quick stopped at Chapel on the Hill, no picture because I stayed in the car.
Last church is Caleruega, if you’ve been reading this blog for quite some time now you know that we’ve been going to Caleruega every Holy week since 2008.
It was our first time to visit after lunch and it was already crowded, there was traffic and parking was difficult. I was surprised that there’s entrance fee of P30 per person. For the past few years, it was free every Holy Thursday and Good Friday. Parking is now P40.
We went to Mahogany Market too, we bought some fruits and beef. I’m going to cook Bulalo this Easter Sunday!
We’ve been on the road for almost 12 hours, it was really a long day for us.