After sleeping for a few hours from our arrival in Romblon Island I woke up around past 6AM to get ready for the start of our adventure in the province of Romblon and our first stop is Cobrador Island or what the locals call Nagoso. For this leg of the journey I was travelling with Dazl, Marky and Pam.
So at around 7:30AM we boarded a boat to the Isla de Cobrador. At first I thought it was a passenger boat that leaves the island on a regular schedule but after a little talk with the captain of the boat it was actually a special trip because they were having a festivity on the island and we were one of the guests.
After 17 minutes on calm seas we finally arrived in an island with clear waters and white sand. We were also greeted with kids from the Nagosonian Tribe, a local tribe of the island, with their music and dancing. Someone then explained to me that the boys dancing with bows and arrows symbolizes what they use for hunting and the girls carrying baskets means that they are gatherers but the basket also has another purpose that is when one is happy with their performance you can put something in the basket as a token of appreciation.
We sat down on a cottage and since we had many time to kill we decided to go swimming!