|Going down the not-so-traditional path. |
It could be real slippery when the weather is crying. So better gear up on your hiking boots.
|While traversing downwards, Ate Chie and I happened to pose for some glam shots! :-)|
|Private fish pens are being kept here|
There are many grown trees surrounding this body of water. While lounging underneath one, we took one last just before dusk enveloped us.
Locals say that the depth of this cold, body of water has not been measured yet. It is said that American divers and scientists have tried measuring this murky lake but they were unsuccessful. It is also said that a someone has drowned (sadly) and the body turned in one of the seven lakes, proving that these are interconnected by yet-unseen underwater passages.
From San Pablo City, you can ride the jeepney with the San Pablo-Liliw signage and ask the driver to drop you off at Brgy. Antipolo, Rizal, just past the elementary school and the basketball court. Then from here you can ask locals how to go down to the lake. Easy as A-B-C.