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My Travels

I always have half my foot onward to a new adventure and through the years, I’ve been able to explore places and have a better appreciation of the varying landscapes, cultures and attractions. I love to Travel!!! Each place is a new experience and a new story waiting to be told and a new adventure waiting to unfold.

#TaleOfTheTrail Wawa Inigan Casile (San Mateo, Rizal)

The San Mateo area is rich with trails. Taking the trail via Wawa Dam gives you a feel-good trail that is relatively flat and has a lot of river crossings. It gives you a scenic view of the mountains of the Sierra Madre region and really a fun time exploring the rivers. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Camp Sinai, Pintong Bukawe, Casile, Inigan (San Mateo, Rizal)

Camp Sinai has a giant tablet of the 10 commandments. Aside from that you get a majestic view of the Siera Mountain Range with the clouds and the mountains painting a beautiful picture. The fun part of this trails is that it’s run-able but do expect a really long and challenging climb on the way back. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Ambuklao Dam (Ambuklao, Bokod, Benguet)

We were Trail-struck at Ambuklao Trail as it gave us a view of the Ambuklao Lake and the different mountain range as we went around the perimeter of the Lake. The trail is a bit raw and a bit dangerous in some portions because of the brittle soil but once you brave the tough part, you’re gonna be impressed by the beauty of Ambuklao Lake. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Kalugong and Mount Yangbo (La Trinidad, Benguet)

Nature gives us a humbling experience. It’s the time we realize that the world in its simplest form is naturally beautiful. Mount Kalugong gives you a several rock formation overlooking the La Trinidad Valley while Mount Yangbo offers a higher and majestic view of the area. #TaleOfTheTrail Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Makiling (Los Banos, Laguna)

Mount Makiling definitely is an enchanting place. Its rich forest reserve can really make up for the arduous task of navigating its peak. It will get you mesmerized by its raw beauty even as the technical nature of the trail challenges your endurance, mental toughness and overall body strength. #NuunDirtSchoolPH Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Casile / Bajo River / PG / Pintong Bukawe Trails (San Mateo, Rizal)

The trails in San Mateo is a roller coaster ride. It has lung-busting ascents and has long adrenaline-pumping descents. The beauty of the trail is that at its peak, you get a view of the mountains and at times, even a sea of clouds. At the bottom of the trail, you get the rivers to admire. It would have your eyes feasted, your heart-rate beating faster and your legs getting stronger. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Ampucao – Sta Fe Trail (Ampucao, Itogon, Benguet)

It’s not an easy trail but as you struggle catching your breath climbing about 500 meters worth of elevation, you get mesmerized by the scenery that surrounds you. You get the Pine Tree rich trails that would keep you shaded on the early part. There’s the long ridge path that you’d love to run with a scenic backdrop of the mountains. There’s the Ampucao / Philex Ridge which gives you a panoramic view of the whole area. There’s Mount Ulap showcasing a lush green surface and about 1,858 MASl worth of natural attractions. It’s definitely a trail that will keep your eyes feasted with every struggling stride you make. Continue reading »

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#TaleofTheTrail Lion Rock (New Territories, Hong Kong)

Lion Rock is not the highest peak but it gives you a panoramic view of the Kowloon and Shatin Area. It just speak volumes on how Hong Kong has maintained a large forested area even as they progressed into a modern city. It gets its name as the rock at its peak is shaped like a lion overlooking the city. It’s gonna take your breath away with the climbs and with the view from the peak. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Lantau Peak (Lantau Island, Hong Kong)

Lantau Peak is the second highest peak in Hong Kong at 934 meters. It’s Section 3 of the Lantau Trail, which has a total distance of 70 kilometers. This section leads you to the Lantau Peak and then eventually to Ngong Ping, where the largest outdoor sitting Buddha is located in Lantau Island. It’s a lung-buster with a total ascent of about 600 meters just in the first 2.5 kilometers but the trek is worth the view of Lantau Island, the neighboring Sunset Peak and the Ngong Ping. Continue reading »

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#TaleOfTheTrail Mount Marami (Maragondon, Cavite)

When it comes to climbing mountains, it’s never easy as each assault humbles us and makes us in a better position to appreciate the beauty from the top. Mount Marami not only gives you the view of the neighboring mountains, it also gives you a seat (Silyang Bato) to serve as your throne as you’ve conquered your self in another tough terrain. Each breathless moment climbing Mount Marami is rewarded with a thousand-folds worth of magnificent views. Get the Chance to Trek Mount Marami in an Actual Race as the 1st Mount Marami – Silayang Bato 21 Km FKT Trail Run Challenge is happening on August 9, 2015 with 21 km, 14 km and 8 km Categories. #TaleOfTheTrail #Merrel #Capra #Suunto #Ambit 2S #BerghausPH #LiveForAdventure #RunnrPH #UnderArmourPh #2XU Continue reading »

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