Mansilingan, Lipa City, Silang
There's nothing like a good weekend hike to clear your headspace. These are the hikes I've done around the Philippines so far!
Updated 3 months ago
Lipa City, Philippines • Recommendation • 3 months ago
At 700+ m.asl, the view of Taal Lake from the view point of Mount Maculot was glorious! 👌🏽Difficulty level would probably be a 4/9 because of all the incline, but thankfully there were 7 rest stops before you reach the Rockies. 🍃 P.S. Dunno when they plan to open the trail to the top, but if you do summit the mountain, it’s around 900+ m.asl.
Cuenca, Batangas, Philippines
Silang, Philippines • Recommendation • 3 months ago
Compared to Mt. Maculot, this hike is probably easier cause there are more open trails (until you get to the 8th-12th peaks—more rocky climbs and narrow passages), but this one’s a way longer one! Definitely more than 10km, and this one stands at 813 m.asl. 💪🏽
Nasugbu, Batangas, Philippines
Staying in hotels reminds me of Cinderella. Check in time is usually 3PM: You will be treated like a VIP, a made up room to your liking, amenities that you are looking forward to try, food that will make you guilty as hell BUT when the clock strikes 12PM on your next day, you have to say goodbye to that kind of life cause it’s the standard check out time. This is a list of hotels in the Philippines that I support and I recommend for your momentary Cinderella experience. 💎
During my college days, the hustle of my priorities held me back from travelling to places I wanted to visit. But that also taught me to open my eyes to places just within my reach. Since I live in Cavite and with all the stress I’m absorbing from my hectic schedule, providing myself a breathing space was very important. That is why I discovered the simple things that gave me peace and rejuvenate the vibrancy that I’m losing.
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