June 18, 2013
Published on: 6/18/2013 09:11:00 PM by Lantaw - 1 comment
Mt Pulag (or Pulog) is a major item (bold, italicized, and probably underlined) in a lot of people's bucket list. Being the highest peak in Luzon and the 3rd highest in the country (there used to be a time when its classified as 2nd) it has been in the sights of folks would love to hike and adore the outdoors. The sea of clouds phenomenon and the sunrise at the summit are also enough to entice even the most lazy of photographers to make the trek. And with the Ambangeg trail (the "executive trail"), Mt Pulag has never been so accessible. Its literally a walk in the park!
June 11, 2013
Published on: 6/11/2013 10:16:00 AM by Lantaw - 4 comments
Luzon's rooftop (2,922 MASL) has been on my list of places to visit for the longest. Finally last weekend, thanks to a very good friend Erick Dantoc (the man behind http://roadworthyman.com/) who organized the climb, I was able to scratch this off the list.
June 6, 2013
Published on: 6/06/2013 12:06:00 PM by Lantaw - 2 comments
Have you ever had the feeling that you are a stranger to your own province? It seems like I know more or have photos of other places than my own "backyard".
It was the clearest pool of water I've ever seen - a natural spring of shimmering azure and emerald water.
Puray is one of the most isolated barangay of Rodriquez (formerly Montalban) in the province of Rizal. When "Montalban" is mentio...
Rust and crimson colored rocks carpeted with lush green moss, crystal clear pools and icy cold waters, high rock walls draped with vibran...
No trip would be complete without that trophy sunrise or sunset shot. The odds may not be always in our favor, as sometimes nature will r...
One of the attractions in the town of Norzagaray in Bulacan is the huge formations of large limestone rocks found in Brgy Matictic. It is c...
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