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Pico de Loro Beach & Country Club

Two months ago, I first met my boyfriend’s super friends – his childhood best friends –  and in a group of 12, we spent a night in  194 more words


A View of Parrot's Beak

Getting to the peak of the mountain (where I took this shot) took us more than 3 and a half hours. Unfortunately, we didn’t proceed to the monolith which was around 60 meters tall due to scarcity of time and lack of preparation (it’s either we rock/wall climb or use the rope there to reach the top). 17 more words


A Weary Traveler


What I like about this image is that it conveys our tendency to not be able to notice or appreciate the beauty around us when our energies are worn out, akin to the rat race a lot of us have found ourselves in. 41 more words


Mt. Pico de Loro, Cavite, Philippines


While the mountain itself is a relatively easy trek, the Monolith or “Toreng Bato” as some would call it can be a bit challenging. It will work to your advantage if you have superior upper body strength, or long legs (to make that steep first step) or have a friend who’s willing to push and pull you up. 48 more words

The Climb to Mt. Pico de Loro

And again, I’m posting this late! It was 2012 when I started mountain treks and campings with friends. I’m proud that we  continued on since then. 378 more words


Mt. Pico de Loro

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…” – John Muir… 721 more words


Finally! Was able to learn a few more things about this site 😊. I got to change the background and header of my profile and I was able to make a simple introduction of myself. 1,788 more words