Mt. Pinagbanderahan and Bantakay Falls: Back to Back outdoor activities

To start with, I would like to dedicate this feature blogging to my old friends whom I used to be with every weekend to explore the wonders of nature. Regardless the distance and difficulties to reach the hot spot, the eagerness and desire to conquer and set foot on the destined place will always prevail. The spirit of oneness and brotherhood that I will always treasure being with them.
KASAMA | Credits to Arem Gelogo

Majayjay Falls of Laguna: Freezing in a daylight

Right after our short visit in Kamay ni Hesus we headed directly to Imelda Falls also known to it's famous name, Majayjay Falls. Majayjay is one of the provinces of Laguna near the boundary of Quezon Province.

From Lucban proper we took a jeepney bound to Majayjay. We just reminded the driver we're all bound to Majayjay Falls and for about an hour we've reached the tricycle terminal off to the main entrance and registration area of the said falls.
Majayjay Falls | Credits to Edward Calugtong

Kamay ni Hesus: With Him

Quezon Province is known for its diversified natural wonders, landmarks, famous heroes and politicians but aside from I've mentioned, the said place signifies the great influnce of the spaniard in our country which is religion - Catholisism.

For 300 years of colonialism and up to the present generation, Religion binds our nation with one God and by showing devotion and faith, the Spanish Colony built hundreds of Churches all over the Philippines to spread and preach the word of the Lord.

NOW - Century year old churches are being preserve, restore and protected by the local government and NGO as this structure are vital part of our inheritance, culture, tradition and history.

Talking about religion and churches, there's specific spot in Quezon which is in Lucban, where a huge statue of Jesus Christ stood at the top of the mountain. Which is called Kamay ni Hesus.
Credits to Edward Calugtong

Mt. Gulugod Baboy : The Panoramic Peak

I missed writing as well as mountaineering, it’s been quite some time since my last trekking and about a month now since the last time I've posted an outdoor adventure.

I was browsing my laptop and saw my “Mt. Gulugod Baboy” Album. I’ve scanned and reminisced the photos and I ended up smiling.
First Climb for 2012 | Mt. Gulugod Baboy - Anilao, Batangas