Biyahe ni Drew S5 Ep. 82: Northern Samar Part 1 of 3
Drew visits the island of Capul, a small, quiet island in Northern Samar where there are no ATM machines. The island used to be a stop over of galleons trading along the Acapulco-Manila galleon trade. The name 'Capul' actually came from 'Acapulco'. Drew finds the Timon-Timon, a rock formation na shaped like a 'timon' or the helm of a ship. Another natural attraction is the historical Faro de Isla Capul or the Capul Light House built by the Spaniards in 1800s. It is still used as a light house to guide ships at night. Aside from the historical sites, Drew also learns more about the local language Inabaknon, and of course, the dishes that are unique to Capul.