The pictures were taken by the camping site. You could see me smiling all the way. Nature gives me that I am in heaven feeling.
By this time, the boys were hungry, thirsty and tired from the trek. Filipinos when they go for an outing – food and drinks is included. Well, not me…The lighter the better. Bringing your home with you is such a hassle.
Thinking where to go next..Perhaps Caramoan Islands..
Buying some drinks for the me and the gang……
buying 1 kilo avocados – You know what that is for? Avocado smoothie. …Yummy!
Fresh produce from Mt Isarog National Park
A Nipa Hut in the camping site
A rooster in the camping site
This is part two of my trek to Malabsay Falls.
Malabsay Falls, approximately 40 ft. high scenic wonder is located on the slope of Mt. Isarog in Barangay Panicuason, Naga City.
Going down to where the falls was definitely more challenging that I taught it was. We had to walk on narrow and steep pathway. I was thinking of going by myself but thanked God, I decided to take the 4 gang of boys with me. Seeing the falls after the long walk was a truly a rewarding feeling. I was planning to go swimming with my bathing suit but chose not to. I dived immediatly to the falls even with clothes on. Who needs to be all glam up anyway?
To have a clear picture of the magical place, here are some of the shots that I took of the place from the step of the rain forest down to the falls:
Enjoy and click away!
Wow, I cannot believe it. 300+ followers in 4 months! It started as a way to kill boredom and it became a full pledge hobby.
I have to say I am very happy and so totally surprised to have 300+ followers. Many thanks to all of you; many thanks to all the likes, sweet comments and the followings.
I will never forget this and am very grateful to all of you! You guys are my inspiration to finally make the change. Thank you followers and thank you WordPress.
To celebrate, I will plan a visit and hike to Mt Isarog and Malabsay Falls in the near future. In the vicinity of Naga City via the town of Panicuason, Camarines Sur, is the Mt. Isarog National Park. The slopes of Mt. Isarog, a 1,976-meter dormant volcano, cover a vast base and contain many ravines. The 13-meter Malabsay Falls is worth the 45 minute hike (one way).
The pictures were taken many years ago and the boy swimming is my nephew. Its time to get back there again! Mt. Isarog and Malabsay Falls brings back memories of my family and my childhood days.