Tuesday, September 10

Wander Photo: Rappelling

Ah....the thrill of this activity!  This was taken more than five years ago during my first hike, climbing Mt. Romelo of Famy, Laguna in a stormy weekend at the wee hours of the morning.  I tell you, it was not an easy task for then first-timers like me!

After almost five hours of traversing muddy treks, we finally reached the top, rested and capped the day with this stomach-turning activity.

  I was the second to the last to rapel the 15-storey high Mt. Buruwisan Falls.  

Go back with me up to the glorious mountains!  My very first time documented here.

13 comments:

  1. an epic pic pao... speaking of Laguna, im looking forward to our 7 lakes tour ;)

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    1. Hi Jherson, thank you! :-). Hope matuloy na ng ang ating & lakes tour come last quarter :-)

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  2. napaka astig naman nito gusto ko rin matry sana mayroon free rapelling...

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    1. Thanks Manong Unyol! Sarap ng feeling di ko lang natry yung pabaligtad hehehe! next time!

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  3. Very awesomesauce! These are the types of trips I really dig into. Thrill-seeking.

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    1. haha oo nga very awesome and nerve-cracking at the same time. Pero it was worth it lalo na paligid ng nature!

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  4. I'm really scared of height but this one i'm sure will make the difference. Surely, the fear of height might probably be erased, after trying this kind of activity.

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    1. At first I was a bit terrified to try but once you're hanging already, you'll get the hang of it! :-) hehe

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  5. isa sa mga gusto kong gawin kaso takot ako sa heights. :(

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  6. Congratz at naka-rappell din! Nice one.. :)

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