15 responses to “The Road to Mount Banoy: Travel Guide with Sidetrip to Talumpok Falls”

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    gandang ganda rin ako sa trail ng bundok na to… ang babait pa ng mga locals dito..

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    The picnic at the peak of the mountain is really scenic. It must make the climb worth it.

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    @ Mang Unyol,sa Talumpok East din ang jump-off nyo?

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    It must be scary to go to the CRs by yourselves! 🙂 No wild animals around the campsite?

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    That place looks really great. buti na lang at meron CR para hindi na maghanap ng mapagtataguan if nature calls.

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    I miss climbing.. I used to do this actively more than a decade ago. There's nothing like the outdoors and experiencing the beauty of nature. Leave nothing but .. footprints, Take nothing but .. pictures, Kill nothing but .. time 🙂

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    It's been decades since I last visited Lobo although we stayed at a place near the beach. I remember the road to Lobo wasn't that nice yet.

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    You know I've seen almost the same view (The whole town of Lobo and Batangas City can be seen once you reached the grassland) when I was eating bulalo in one of the stops in Tagaytay. Anyway, the cross landmark looks amazing. Is there a story behind the cross?

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    @ special education philippines,That I wasn't able to check. When we went to the summit, the only person that we saw was that employee working in the Wireless. Seemed like he just woke up, so I didn't bother to make some chit chats.But maybe, I can ask my colleague about that.

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    @ Mauie,The Road at Mount Banoy was really good. It's cemented. The sidewalks, walls, and waiting sheds are also painted with colorful flowers. Cute. It's fun to see.

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    @ Bam Amor,Nakakatuwa nga at may CR. Kaya lang hindi sya masyadong well-maintaned. Pero okay na rin. 🙂

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    @ fyhmd,Wala naman pong wild animals sa campsite. Puro farm animals lang like cows.

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    Reading your post made me miss my climbs in the past! I miss climbing mountains! It's my dream to climb a mountain in Luzon. 🙂

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