Mt. Balingkilat (Traverse to Nagsasa Cove)

 

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I was told that the trail was hard and it’s going to be a very tough climb. I said “That’s fine, I’m IN!” Before the climb, I had to prepare myself by running 10K 2-3 times a week. Parusa sya but it’s worth it (Di lang pangpapayat, pang-Akyat pa :p)

A friend asked me if it’s alright that I will be the only girl in the group. Kinda hesitant at first, but I trust my friend, so I said okay, no problem with me. I only knew two guys among the group (the other guy is my boyfriend now :p) I am not a mountaineer, so it was really awkward meeting these guys who have conquered and more of a pro when it comes to climbing mountains. Pero, go with the flow lang ako.

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Magalawa Island

It started last 2012 when I made a promise to myself that every January 4th of the year, I will make sure that I will be out of town for my birthday. This year, Magalawa Island was the answer to my wish. After a month of planning and researching, I was able to roll out a very well stretched plan for this birthday trip. My group decided to meet at Monumento LRT Station. We took the 8:00 AM trip to Iba, Zambales at Victory Liner’s Caloocan Terminal. Thanks Victory Liner for a smooth and safe trip! πŸ™‚ The trip took 5-6 hours (whew) Continue reading Magalawa Island