Aka “Mga Dyosang Lakwatsera”Once upon a time, there were three goddesses (daw) who ventured the Shangrila of the Philippines, a place they thought, heard and dreamed of visiting.
Determined to give worth to their travel, they bit an itinerary I myself considered as insane and impossible for tourists who do not have the history of much physical activities. Sorry for the doubt ladies, ha! Ha! Ha!
With Determination, little expectation, and a whole lot of luck (I mean lots of it, seriously), these journalists survived to tell stories of their unforgettable experiences with pride and sense of achievement.
Seems easy but it ain’t.
With the Bomod-ok Falls tour exempted, all sites were visited w/o hiring a vehicle. With luck on their side, distances of hikes were greatly lessened by passing vehicles.
With every ride, eto ang sabi ni Anna “ayyy, layo pala ang lalakaran naten sana!”
Here's their Story!!
They traveled the great distance!
Reached the misty pine forest at Kiltepan
Descended the slippery trails
& entered tiny holes inside the cave connection!
Crossed one mountain top to another at Mt. Ampacao! (drip-dry mode)
Hiked the rice Terraces and
Took a bath at a freezing pool in Bomod-ok
Ana, Leth, Patty…. You might not have seen the sun rising nor setting; he left a message for you. Di ko na matandaan pinagsasasabi pero ang point nya ay “para may balikan daw kayo” :D hehehe
You can read Patty's Sagada Experience here!!!
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