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WHAT A RESPONSIBLE MOUNTAINEER IS NOT

Since my early years, I have been admiring people reaching major summits. I live in a province which is a home to 4 of the Top 10 highest ...

Friday, February 28, 2014

THE LADY WHO CAPTURED TREKERO


Many peaks he conquered  
Many lakes he swam 
Many waterfalls he trekked 
Many rivers and springs he plunged in 
Yet for only one his heart beats

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

ALALUM FALLS: A BUKIDNON'S TOURIST SPOT ALONG THE HIGHWAY




Alalum Falls in Kisolon, Sumilao, Bukidnon graces the provincial highway with its glorious 45-meter high cascades. The falls is visible to travelers and passers by. This is situated near the Municipal Hall. The local government established a viewing deck where locals and visitors can see the entirety of the falls. In addition, concrete stairs lead the adventurers down to the base of the falls.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

OLD PULANGUI RIVER AND CRYSTAL SPRING: ANOTHER BUKIDNON'S WEEKEND GETAWAY


Old Pulangui River in North Poblacion, Maramag surely catches everyone's eyes whenever posted in the net. Yes, as it did mine. The simple post of a friend, Jeff, triggered my interest to visit the place. I inquired from him about it. Then I knew how to exploit the holiday courtesy of the Chinese.  

WHY OLD PULANGUI RIVER? IS THERE A NEW ONE?