Are you looking for an experience, that brings together culture, heritage and authentic Ilonggo cuisine?
Is YES, then do drop by Camiña Balay nga Bato.
A trip to Camiña is like a step back in time (Oh don't worry there is no "mumu").
We were amazed at the well preserved house, built more than 100 years ago .
The good condition of the house and all the antique furniture is wonderful ~ and hard not to admire.
Guided tours are offered at P150/pax inclusive of their special tsokolate (honestly one of the best I have had).
Thick hot tsokolate batirol!
If you are travelling in a group of 5 or more, you may want to try the tour package with tsokolate and pancit molo or take a full lunch. Alas, we had to settle for just the "tsokolate" since it was just me and hubby. But from the pictures I have seen on their website, food looks delicious.
Camiña Balay nga Bato is located at 20 Osmeña Street and is open Mondays-Sunday 8am to 6pm.
To go there you can take the jeepney going to Oton and alight near Plaza Arevalo. For a more convenient transportation, I suggest taking a cab, this would cost you roughly P150 and will take you there faster.
Taken from Camina Balay nga Bato FB page.