After 5 hours of spelunking inside the Cave Connections, I didn’t think we could even rest because we’ve still got a long day ahead! After the sunrise setting, we trekked all the way up to Pongas Falls!
It was hot and cold at the same time. I don’t know how nature is capable of doing that!
Trust me - more than half of the photos from the entire trip are group shots and individual shots. I just had to choose the best ones! Here’s Marc rock climbing up to the falls!
Then here’s me. Haha! Seems legit!
I already ate lunch after trekking up, but I ate again after an hour. That’s how tired and hungry I am! Haha!
Finally reached Pongas Falls. It was in between two mountains - and damn it was high and far looking at it from town.
The water was…. yup, you got it - extremely cold. =)) I can’t explain the feeling because it felt totally nice and fulfilling. I guess y’all should go there and experience it yourselves! Haha!
We went to Echo Valley after and shouted our way down the Hanging Coffins. I guess you could tell why - because it echoes. Haha! I wish I could check out what’s inside the coffins! Lol weirdo hahaha
After going to the Valley, we went to a Pottery place. Totally brings back a lot of memories from my first year in college. I miss pottery class!
At dahil may sunrise, syempre may sunset din! My readers know how much I love watching and taking pictures of the sunset. I just couldn’t miss the chance taking it above a beautiful view.
After everything we did, we set up a bonfire beside the lake. Since we didn’t get to order Pinikpikan, our tour guides made the dish for us! It was a funny night - I butt-spelled my entire name as a dare because I lost in one of our drinking games =))
I just had to. Sagada!
Day 3! Because it doesn’t stop there, we climbed Marlboro Country the next day. Hahaha! I don’t know what’s up with my friends, but we just pushed ourselves to the limit. We were literally at the top of the mountain, and this deserves a jump shot!
I ate this berry. Because yolo!
Stupid me forgot to charge the camera, so I only have a few shots of the view from above. Damn, I swear. The view is was so beautiful. The pull of gravity also proves how high I am. I’m in one with nature!
…and this deserves a jump shot as well! Yay for jump shots hahaha!
I couldn’t take pictures anymore because I was literally tired and I just can’t even carry my camera anymore. Puro ako “kuya, pabuhat” =)) After all that 3-day adventure, I just had one thing in mind that I had to buy from the place: an “I Survived Sagada” shirt. Here’s all of us wearing it, and here’s me. I look like a stuffed toy because I had three layers of shirt beneath that shirt haha! That’s all, and I guess this is also the highlight of my semester break. Told my friends that this trip deserves a part two. More trips to come!
By the way, ang dami kong bruises, grabe lang. Ibang klase. Hahaha!