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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Mountain | Walking In The Clouds of Mt Pulag

MOUNTAIN | Walking In The Clouds of Mt Pulag Part 1
Mt Pulag Climb in Photos

“Climb if you will, but remember that courage and strength are nought without prudence, and that a momentary negligence may destroy the happiness of a lifetime. Do nothing in haste; look well to each step; and from the beginning think what may be the end.”
- Edward Whymper, Scrambles Amongst the Alps 

Mt Pulag for most Filipino outdoor enthusiast is the mountain of dreams, what with the many taglines and titles alluded to this esteemed peak in the Cordilleras. There had been a lot of instances where I planned to climb this mountain only to be re-scheduled, thwarted or cancelled, perhaps it was fate that I have come to a point where I would read through someone’s account of their personal experience in a blog post, thinking that most had been exaggerated stories of zero visibilities, extreme cold, or deadly inclines, I have kept my opinion to myself until I’ve experienced it but I have been deeply jealous all along, I have yet to confirm why this is a must-do in the bucket list.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Travel Photo | Hundred Islands National Park

TRAVEL PHOTO | Hundred Islands National Park
Lingayen Gulf, Alaminos City, Pangasinan

Scattered in the Lingayen Gulf of Pangasinan, some 123 to 124 Islands is the famous Hundred Islands National Park. I would say famous because I had first known about this National Park from my Grade School books as one of those Geological treasures turned into a Tourist attraction for everyone to enjoy. Lucap Wharf off the coast of Alaminos City is the jump off point, some 240 km North of Manila. The islands are dusty piles of Ancient Corals of an exposed Seabed, with peculiar mushroom-like shape due to erosion. There are only a number of Islands open for visiting Tourist mainly the Governor's Island, Marcos Island and the Children's Island. The park is also a location for the conservation of Giant Clams and its Terrestrial wildlife among the islands.

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NOTE: Travel Photo Series is a collection of Landscape and Travel photos of Pala-lagaw to mark a must see destination. Like Travel Post-Cards, this is meant to showcase what can be seen or experience in a particular destination of travel, with little tidbits.

Francis Balgos is a Call Center Agent, Weekend Travel Warrior, Amateur Spelunker, Sometime Surfer, Newbie Mountain Climber, Photography Enthusiast, Certified Beach Bum, A first born son, True Explorer...

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