My wife and I have been on leave for a week from her stressful work a mandatory yearly work break I must say, and to make the most out of her break I decided to bring her to nature. The good thing is that we don't need to go far away from home. Since we are living in the countryside, particularly in Alcoy Cebu, there is a mountainous village that is considered by the Cebu Provincial Government as the largest and the last forest reserved in Cebu Province the Nug-as village of Alcoy. Wherein it is the home of various endangered species of birds and one of them is the Siloy a medium-sized bird, commonly known as Cebu Black Shama which is nowhere to be found in the world but only in the forest of Nug-as. With the visible efforts of the local government by promoting the bird to help awareness, the Local government of Alcoy had an annual festival name after the bird which the Alcoy is well-known for the Siloy festival. Unfortunately, we haven't seen any Black Shama when we went there. But instead, we went to Kanlahing Peak still located in Nug-as where we can possibly witness the sea of clouds.
The night before we both decided to head on Nug-as as early as 4 o'clock in the morning since its a 45-minute drive away from our house, with the advice of locals from the village that for better visibility of the sea of clouds we have to arrive early on the spot so as to see the actual cloud formation and to see the golden hour sunrise as well. Unfortunately, a sea of clouds didn't show up, one of the locals told us that it's not actually clouds but fog, and usually for a bigger chance of witnessing the sea of clouds it must rain during the night so that by the next morning it will create a fog and eventually form into a cloud-like which the locals call it as a sea of clouds. In fact, the local government of Alcoy considered it a new site to visit as it gradually attracts some local tourists, especially mountaineers as it is a great place for camping.