Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Exploring Imus Cavite

Whenever I think of Cavite Province nothing comes to my mind rather than the never ending TRAFFIC, the jampacked buses where passengers are packed like sardines in the bus.

Transportation in Imus Cavite

Travelling from Makati Edsa to Imus sometimes gets really tricky and really difficult. There is a huge chance that you would be standing from point of origin (Makati) to point of destination. If you get luckier you'll get a chance to grab a sit a minute before you reached your destination.

Commuting from Cavite to Metro Manila is a day to day struggle. You've got to learn how to do combat commuting.

**BUS - is the best way to travel from Metro Manila to Imus Cavite. However, never expect a comfortable ride as you might be standing or you might be sitting but jampacked with passengers. The best time to go there though is early morning at around 5 to 6 AM. or during Sundays. Fare from Makati to Imus is approximately around Php 43.00

**JEEPNEY - is another option for a commuter or traveler. You can ride from Baclaran going to Imus. Always make sure to ask the driver if they could drop you off to Imus. Or ride a jeepney at Coastal Mall Pasay City to Imus. Fare varies depending on your destination.

**TAXI - is bad idea if you plan to go to Cavite. Taxi would definitely charge you approximately around Php 500.00 or more depending on your destination.

One thing I do love in Imus though is the center island in front of Imus Municipal Hall.

At the back of the Shrine is the Imus Municpal Hall.

A closer look

I am also fascinated with the beauty of the old churches and "Our Lady of the Pillar Parish Cathedral" is just one of them. I felt in love with the structural design and fascinated with its age and still having the same structure built around 1795.

Here's a brief history of the church carved on its wall.

The church brief history.
The church is also one of Cavitenos favorite wedding destination. In case you would like to inquire their telephone number is 471-2686 FAX SIMILE - 471-8955

The door of the church... When I saw the door I suddenly remember Jose Rizal's novel "Noli Me Tangere".

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