Our Journey to Kamay ni Hesus Healing Church

A short journey 
We were running out of budget, but we already planned in going out for a short trip. We wanted a quiet and simple out of town. And then I told him that I haven’t been to Kamay Ni Hesus and so we decided to push on with the trip. With only a thousand bucks in our wallet, we were ready to go.



I love seeing different churches, though I am not active in joining pilgrimage or a patron devote, I see to it that I attend to church every Sunday. Now, I am a regular attendee of The Feast and I also encourage you to join to discover more about your faith and to find your way to your Financial Freedom. I know most of you know already what I am talking about. 

By the way Kamay ni Hesus is located in Lucban Quezon, and you can include a side trip here if you'll visit Lucban for their Pahiyas Festival. 

Kamay ni Hesus is popular healing church. Masses are being celebrated by the known healing priest Fr. Joey Faller.

Another thing that makes the church popular and bring hundreds of people here is the 300 steps hill with life size figures portraying the 14 Stations of the Cross. On the top is the large statue of Jesus Christ. 







Going to Kamay ni Hesus is easy.

From Alabang or Buendia terminal take a bus via Lucena and take off at the grand terminal. From there, are jeepneys bound to Lucban. Advise the driver to take you off at the grotto. Or you can easily notice it as the jeepneys usually stop there to drop passengers. Expect a lot of people and vendors outside.

You can also see the Garden of Eden, a life size image of Adam and Eve can be found here. A Noah’s Ark shape building is what they called house of prayer is a retreat house. Different animals can be found outside to replicate the event. 






A place to explore and a place of prayer, by the way do not forget to wear proper church attire here as they do strictly require following it.



So wondering how much did we spent on this short trip?

Alabang to Lucena          - 360php (two way)
Lucena to Lucban           - 40php (two way)
Breakfast (Chowking)     - 100php
Lunch                             - 150php
(Pansit Habhab + Tapsilog + Ice Cream + Water + Shake) 
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Total Expenses per person = 650php

Of course if you want to buy pasalubong, then you still have extra money left. 

And remember... ;p




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This post is my third entry to the Pinoy Travel Bloggers' Blog Carnival for August 2012 with the theme  "WHERE WOULD YOU TRAVEL GIVEN A P1,000 BUDGET?"
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10 comments:

Cris | Pinay Thrillseeker said...

:D Nakarating na 'ko dito pero di ko napansin yang bawal mag-date na sign haha. Buti pala wala akong ka-date nun! :D

KULAPITOT said...

di ako pwede dyan kasi bawal makipagdate jajajajaa

T said...

I'll be going here sa holy week. Either Kamay ni Hesus or Regina Rosarii, the one in Tanay, where there's a 71-foot image of the Virgin Mary daw. Thanks!

YAMIE said...

thumbs up to your less than 1k budget travel ;)

Mitch said...

Pak na pak ang budget dito. My parents are from Quezon but we never been here maybe because we're not devoted.. hehe. Very interesting and sacred place.

killerfillers said...

Pasok na pasok sa budget. Bawal din ata ang short shorts dyan pag paakyat.

anney said...

Pumunta din kami dyan bago umuwi tapos ng pahiyas festival. Nilakad lang namin kasi malapit lang sya sa Batis aramin na tinuluyan namin.

Tripper10 : Tripsiders said...

Okay yung budget.. less than 1k?... :)

Hope makarating din ako dito, nakita kopalang kasi siya sa TV at sa blogs.. :(

WANDER SHUGAH said...

sulit!! Galing nito ah <3 I am challenging my self din na gumawa ng 1000 below na trip :D

kristine wilsons said...

cheaper budget in a wonderful place sounds great ;)
gaun ang mga kuha gri professional :)

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