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JULY 26, 2014

MY FIRST EVER CANVAS :)


Since this last summer i’m planning to buy canvas for Shell painting competition but maybe because of my laziness plus i have no allowance I didnt get the chance to have one. And when the class started last June I still didnt buy canvas until months passed it’s already JULY and the deadline of the painting is on August 1! I dont know if i can finished it because I have lot of plates plus the events in Buklod Sining. :((
 THANK MY WONDER MOM for helping me doing this canvas :)
Because my dad was not here, she became the substitute! I was so blessed to have her. She accompanied me going in hardware then when we got home she helped me to make pukpok in building my canvas :)

 HAAAAYYY..
uuugghh. this past few days I got depressed but I know God will not let me burnt out :)
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JULY 26, 2014

MY FIRST EVER CANVAS :)


Since this last summer i’m planning to buy canvas for Shell painting competition but maybe because of my laziness plus i have no allowance I didnt get the chance to have one. And when the class started last June I still didnt buy canvas until months passed it’s already JULY and the deadline of the painting is on August 1! I dont know if i can finished it because I have lot of plates plus the events in Buklod Sining. :((
 THANK MY WONDER MOM for helping me doing this canvas :)
Because my dad was not here, she became the substitute! I was so blessed to have her. She accompanied me going in hardware then when we got home she helped me to make pukpok in building my canvas :)

 HAAAAYYY..
uuugghh. this past few days I got depressed but I know God will not let me burnt out :)
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JULY 26, 2014

MY FIRST EVER CANVAS :)


Since this last summer i’m planning to buy canvas for Shell painting competition but maybe because of my laziness plus i have no allowance I didnt get the chance to have one. And when the class started last June I still didnt buy canvas until months passed it’s already JULY and the deadline of the painting is on August 1! I dont know if i can finished it because I have lot of plates plus the events in Buklod Sining. :((
 THANK MY WONDER MOM for helping me doing this canvas :)
Because my dad was not here, she became the substitute! I was so blessed to have her. She accompanied me going in hardware then when we got home she helped me to make pukpok in building my canvas :)

 HAAAAYYY..
uuugghh. this past few days I got depressed but I know God will not let me burnt out :)
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JULY 26, 2014

MY FIRST EVER CANVAS :)


Since this last summer i’m planning to buy canvas for Shell painting competition but maybe because of my laziness plus i have no allowance I didnt get the chance to have one. And when the class started last June I still didnt buy canvas until months passed it’s already JULY and the deadline of the painting is on August 1! I dont know if i can finished it because I have lot of plates plus the events in Buklod Sining. :((
 THANK MY WONDER MOM for helping me doing this canvas :)
Because my dad was not here, she became the substitute! I was so blessed to have her. She accompanied me going in hardware then when we got home she helped me to make pukpok in building my canvas :)

 HAAAAYYY..
uuugghh. this past few days I got depressed but I know God will not let me burnt out :)
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JULY 26, 2014

MY FIRST EVER CANVAS :)


Since this last summer i’m planning to buy canvas for Shell painting competition but maybe because of my laziness plus i have no allowance I didnt get the chance to have one. And when the class started last June I still didnt buy canvas until months passed it’s already JULY and the deadline of the painting is on August 1! I dont know if i can finished it because I have lot of plates plus the events in Buklod Sining. :((
 THANK MY WONDER MOM for helping me doing this canvas :)
Because my dad was not here, she became the substitute! I was so blessed to have her. She accompanied me going in hardware then when we got home she helped me to make pukpok in building my canvas :)

 HAAAAYYY..
uuugghh. this past few days I got depressed but I know God will not let me burnt out :)
Zoom Info
JULY 26, 2014

MY FIRST EVER CANVAS :)


Since this last summer i’m planning to buy canvas for Shell painting competition but maybe because of my laziness plus i have no allowance I didnt get the chance to have one. And when the class started last June I still didnt buy canvas until months passed it’s already JULY and the deadline of the painting is on August 1! I dont know if i can finished it because I have lot of plates plus the events in Buklod Sining. :((
 THANK MY WONDER MOM for helping me doing this canvas :)
Because my dad was not here, she became the substitute! I was so blessed to have her. She accompanied me going in hardware then when we got home she helped me to make pukpok in building my canvas :)

 HAAAAYYY..
uuugghh. this past few days I got depressed but I know God will not let me burnt out :)
Zoom Info

JULY 26, 2014

MY FIRST EVER CANVAS :)

Since this last summer i’m planning to buy canvas for Shell painting competition but maybe because of my laziness plus i have no allowance I didnt get the chance to have one. And when the class started last June I still didnt buy canvas until months passed it’s already JULY and the deadline of the painting is on August 1! I dont know if i can finished it because I have lot of plates plus the events in Buklod Sining. :((

 THANK MY WONDER MOM for helping me doing this canvas :)

Because my dad was not here, she became the substitute! I was so blessed to have her. She accompanied me going in hardware then when we got home she helped me to make pukpok in building my canvas :)

 HAAAAYYY..

uuugghh. this past few days I got depressed but I know God will not let me burnt out :)


JULY 12, 2014 Saturday, 5:30 am


Last Night at Victory Church. :)
This is my first time to attend a youth service with different people from different universities and with those people with different religions. I, myself. enjoyed the night! 2 hours spending my time with Jesus Christ.
Though this service started at 7:00 pm and finished 9:00 pm, I don’t know but there’s something inside me telling that “don’t leave”. That time I was standing there with the crowd and listening to the band who’s singing worship song on the stage of course at first, I don’t know the tone of the song but because it is just easy to remember, I also easily get it. I was in my low tone voice because this is my first time so I was shy BUT! after the preach of Bro.Paulo, he says some words of God and then the band played again the same musics, I felt that I am belonged here! So that moment, I jump and sing out loud! PRAISED HIM! \^O^/
This is a great experience! Really! And I know to myself that i will come back here and met these Sons Of GOD again :)
It is not just having new friends and not just having fun with these people but IT IS ALL ABOUT GIVING A SHORT TIME IN YOUR LIFE TO SHOW YOUR LOVE TO GOD! :)



JOHN 1:1

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 


ECCLESIASTES 1:3

What does anyone gain from all their labors at which they toil under the sun?
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JULY 12, 2014 Saturday, 5:30 am


Last Night at Victory Church. :)
This is my first time to attend a youth service with different people from different universities and with those people with different religions. I, myself. enjoyed the night! 2 hours spending my time with Jesus Christ.
Though this service started at 7:00 pm and finished 9:00 pm, I don’t know but there’s something inside me telling that “don’t leave”. That time I was standing there with the crowd and listening to the band who’s singing worship song on the stage of course at first, I don’t know the tone of the song but because it is just easy to remember, I also easily get it. I was in my low tone voice because this is my first time so I was shy BUT! after the preach of Bro.Paulo, he says some words of God and then the band played again the same musics, I felt that I am belonged here! So that moment, I jump and sing out loud! PRAISED HIM! \^O^/
This is a great experience! Really! And I know to myself that i will come back here and met these Sons Of GOD again :)
It is not just having new friends and not just having fun with these people but IT IS ALL ABOUT GIVING A SHORT TIME IN YOUR LIFE TO SHOW YOUR LOVE TO GOD! :)



JOHN 1:1

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 


ECCLESIASTES 1:3

What does anyone gain from all their labors at which they toil under the sun?
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JULY 12, 2014 Saturday, 5:30 am


Last Night at Victory Church. :)
This is my first time to attend a youth service with different people from different universities and with those people with different religions. I, myself. enjoyed the night! 2 hours spending my time with Jesus Christ.
Though this service started at 7:00 pm and finished 9:00 pm, I don’t know but there’s something inside me telling that “don’t leave”. That time I was standing there with the crowd and listening to the band who’s singing worship song on the stage of course at first, I don’t know the tone of the song but because it is just easy to remember, I also easily get it. I was in my low tone voice because this is my first time so I was shy BUT! after the preach of Bro.Paulo, he says some words of God and then the band played again the same musics, I felt that I am belonged here! So that moment, I jump and sing out loud! PRAISED HIM! \^O^/
This is a great experience! Really! And I know to myself that i will come back here and met these Sons Of GOD again :)
It is not just having new friends and not just having fun with these people but IT IS ALL ABOUT GIVING A SHORT TIME IN YOUR LIFE TO SHOW YOUR LOVE TO GOD! :)



JOHN 1:1

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 


ECCLESIASTES 1:3

What does anyone gain from all their labors at which they toil under the sun?
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JULY 12, 2014 Saturday, 5:30 am


Last Night at Victory Church. :)
This is my first time to attend a youth service with different people from different universities and with those people with different religions. I, myself. enjoyed the night! 2 hours spending my time with Jesus Christ.
Though this service started at 7:00 pm and finished 9:00 pm, I don’t know but there’s something inside me telling that “don’t leave”. That time I was standing there with the crowd and listening to the band who’s singing worship song on the stage of course at first, I don’t know the tone of the song but because it is just easy to remember, I also easily get it. I was in my low tone voice because this is my first time so I was shy BUT! after the preach of Bro.Paulo, he says some words of God and then the band played again the same musics, I felt that I am belonged here! So that moment, I jump and sing out loud! PRAISED HIM! \^O^/
This is a great experience! Really! And I know to myself that i will come back here and met these Sons Of GOD again :)
It is not just having new friends and not just having fun with these people but IT IS ALL ABOUT GIVING A SHORT TIME IN YOUR LIFE TO SHOW YOUR LOVE TO GOD! :)



JOHN 1:1

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 


ECCLESIASTES 1:3

What does anyone gain from all their labors at which they toil under the sun?
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JULY 12, 2014 Saturday, 5:30 am

Last Night at Victory Church. :)

This is my first time to attend a youth service with different people from different universities and with those people with different religions. I, myself. enjoyed the night! 2 hours spending my time with Jesus Christ.

Though this service started at 7:00 pm and finished 9:00 pm, I don’t know but there’s something inside me telling that “don’t leave”. That time I was standing there with the crowd and listening to the band who’s singing worship song on the stage of course at first, I don’t know the tone of the song but because it is just easy to remember, I also easily get it. I was in my low tone voice because this is my first time so I was shy BUT! after the preach of Bro.Paulo, he says some words of God and then the band played again the same musics, I felt that I am belonged here! So that moment, I jump and sing out loud! PRAISED HIM! \^O^/

This is a great experience! Really! And I know to myself that i will come back here and met these Sons Of GOD again :)

It is not just having new friends and not just having fun with these people but IT IS ALL ABOUT GIVING A SHORT TIME IN YOUR LIFE TO SHOW YOUR LOVE TO GOD! :)

JOHN 1:1

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 

ECCLESIASTES 1:3

What does anyone gain from all their labors at which they toil under the sun?

PERSONALITY TEST - Jesse Johnson

PERSONALITY TEST

First Choose An Eye To See What It Reveals About You 
An eye is very complex, beautiful and intriguing. The eye symbolizes clarity, focus and purpose. The eye you are drawn to below reveals quite a bit about your personality. Choose the eye you like best to learn more about yourself.

This is a fun eye personality test! What eye are you drawn to? 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9? You can choose more than 1 if you feel drawn.

Eye 1, Deep Down You Are Open. You’re the type of person who will welcome almost anyone into your life and heart. You believe that it’s better to take a risk and get hurt than to close yourself off to the world. You don’t show the world your fears or insecurities. You believe that your problems should be dealt with privately. You try to be totally there for everyone, even if you’re hurting inside. Helping others is how you heal.

Eye 2, Deep down you are Conscientious. You’re the type of person who’s always looking to make a good impression and do the right thing. You believe your actions make a difference in other people’s lives, no matter how large or small they are. You don’t show the world how worried and upset you are. You see a lot of misery and injustice that you keep to yourself. You are devoted to being the best person possible. It’s the least you can do with your time on this planet.

Eye 3, Deep Down you are tortured. You’re the type of person who has a very tumultuous past that still affects you today. You can’t help but think that life is some sort of sick cosmic joke. You try to find your peace wherever you can. You don’t show the world your darkest thoughts. You have a lot to endure, and your keeping it to yourself. Your outlook can be surprisingly sunny at times. You’re an expert at picking yourself up when you fall.

Eye 4, Deep Down you are philosophical. You’re the type of person who’s likely to over think everything and anything. You like to get to the deeper meaning of things. You get so lost in your thoughts that it’s sometimes hard to tell up from down. You don’t show the world how unsure you are about everything. You may be figuring things out, but you’re still confident. You see life as a puzzle, and you like playing with the pieces until they fit together. You may not ever figure out the meaning of it all, and you’re okay with that.

Eye 5, Deep down you are mysterious. You’re the type of person who hasn’t figured yourself out, so good luck to anyone else who plans to try! You are a mash up of many contradictions, and your mood changes daily. Once find yourself, you’ve changed into someone else. You don’t show the world much about yourself. You are a person of few words and confusing actions. You prefer to observe and learn about people before you chime in. You only say things that you are sure of.

Eye 6, Deep down you are sensitive. You’re the type of person who notices everything and forgets nothing. You are very in tune with the world. You feel deeply, and sometimes the silliest things can affect you. You are easily brought to laughter or tears. You don’t show the world how fragile you are. You instead show people how insightful you can be. You are good at anticipating what’s going to happen in your life. You are often the first one to see what’s coming.

Eye 7, Deep down you are fiery.
You’re the type of person who’s always energetic or passionate. There’s nothing subtle about you… ever. You tend to love or hate everything. You have a ton of opinions, and you make up your mind quickly. You don’t show the world how anxious you are. You have a lot of energy, and too much of it means you can be quite nervous. Everything is very high stakes for you. You can’t help but build up the drama in your head.

Eye 8, Deep down you are eccentric.
You’re the type of person who has unusual interests, beliefs, and practices. You’ve always been a bit of a weirdo. You don’t care much for rules or tradition. You do things your way and let the chips fall where they may. You show the world everything about you. You have nothing to hide, and you just laugh off those who judge you. You wish everyone was more like you. There’s a lot of joy in being a non-conformist.

Eye 9, Deep Down you are Intuitive. You’re the type of person who understands other people and the world very well. You don’t let on to how much you know. You can tell so much from someone’s facial expressions or tone of voice. And you always know when you’re being lied to. You show the world exactly what you want to show. Besides being good at reading people, you also know how you’re being read. You know when you’re being manipulated, and you know how to manipulate someone if you have to. You usually don’t resort to it though!


April 30, 2014
My first fashion design.


This is just a result of boredom this summer. I just tried doodling a fashion design. Well it looked like it has the right proportion in fashion but it’s not. Lack of one head actually :)
But look at it! it’s not bad haha. I need to practice more :)
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April 30, 2014

My first fashion design.

This is just a result of boredom this summer. I just tried doodling a fashion design. Well it looked like it has the right proportion in fashion but it’s not. Lack of one head actually :)

But look at it! it’s not bad haha. I need to practice more :)

hikerogen:

Mt. Maranat
Rodriguez, Rizal
April 22, 2014
Heading out to Rodriguez, Rizal, you will reach two of the gateways to the famous Sierra  Madre Mountain Range, Mt. Maranat & Mt. Balagbag. The group’s original plan was Mt. Balagbag aka hellipad but was convinced by the barangay folks to try Maranat, besides M’Irene already trekked Mt. Balagbag before. About 0900H when the group started the trek after hitchhiking to man travelling near the outpost, registered at the Barangay post (P10 registration) then headed out to the trail. Unknown to many, Maranat is actually the name of the falls which is covered by Mt. Oriod.The falls is a majestic sight to behold. Tree bearing fruits are abundant in the area while the cascading water from the falls is a relaxing view to watch. The group met M’Helen on the way when somebody offered a motorcycle ride to M’Irene who’s catching her breath due to severe heat and assault. Turns out that the man was not a resident there and isn’t familiar to M’Helen so the hoped for ride for M’Irene was gone with the wind. The group then met Prim and the kid (forgot his name) they guided us to Mt. Maranat for P250.
Despite the slash & burn and coal mining in the mountain, it offers wonderful views and a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The group then resumed the ascending - descending trails to waterfalls, often times we will stop for a while to take some shed and breathe due to a scorching heat to a deserted burnt forest parts. About 1200H when we arrived at the foot of the waterfalls, without hesitation we dunk in the water, dived and cooled down our warm bodies then took some snaps and ate our precious foods (biscuits haha!) 1430H when the group arrived at the jump-off, Ate Prim offered us there meal that day (langka with tuyo, sayang walang gata) the trail topic of the group, haha! We devoured then paid the guide fee & food plus a bonus of photo snaps and S’Vich gave the children an extra bucks. P350 for food and guide fee. Mt. Maranat is a new paradise for mountaineers especially to those who wants to feel nature just in the outskirts of the city. Just make sure to bring hats, caps or anything that can cover against the scorching heat of the sun or just avoid summer time. Thanks to M’Irene, M’Avie & S’Vich for another adventure. You rock! High five. :)
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hikerogen:

Mt. Maranat
Rodriguez, Rizal
April 22, 2014
Heading out to Rodriguez, Rizal, you will reach two of the gateways to the famous Sierra  Madre Mountain Range, Mt. Maranat & Mt. Balagbag. The group’s original plan was Mt. Balagbag aka hellipad but was convinced by the barangay folks to try Maranat, besides M’Irene already trekked Mt. Balagbag before. About 0900H when the group started the trek after hitchhiking to man travelling near the outpost, registered at the Barangay post (P10 registration) then headed out to the trail. Unknown to many, Maranat is actually the name of the falls which is covered by Mt. Oriod.The falls is a majestic sight to behold. Tree bearing fruits are abundant in the area while the cascading water from the falls is a relaxing view to watch. The group met M’Helen on the way when somebody offered a motorcycle ride to M’Irene who’s catching her breath due to severe heat and assault. Turns out that the man was not a resident there and isn’t familiar to M’Helen so the hoped for ride for M’Irene was gone with the wind. The group then met Prim and the kid (forgot his name) they guided us to Mt. Maranat for P250.
Despite the slash & burn and coal mining in the mountain, it offers wonderful views and a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The group then resumed the ascending - descending trails to waterfalls, often times we will stop for a while to take some shed and breathe due to a scorching heat to a deserted burnt forest parts. About 1200H when we arrived at the foot of the waterfalls, without hesitation we dunk in the water, dived and cooled down our warm bodies then took some snaps and ate our precious foods (biscuits haha!) 1430H when the group arrived at the jump-off, Ate Prim offered us there meal that day (langka with tuyo, sayang walang gata) the trail topic of the group, haha! We devoured then paid the guide fee & food plus a bonus of photo snaps and S’Vich gave the children an extra bucks. P350 for food and guide fee. Mt. Maranat is a new paradise for mountaineers especially to those who wants to feel nature just in the outskirts of the city. Just make sure to bring hats, caps or anything that can cover against the scorching heat of the sun or just avoid summer time. Thanks to M’Irene, M’Avie & S’Vich for another adventure. You rock! High five. :)
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hikerogen:

Mt. Maranat
Rodriguez, Rizal
April 22, 2014
Heading out to Rodriguez, Rizal, you will reach two of the gateways to the famous Sierra  Madre Mountain Range, Mt. Maranat & Mt. Balagbag. The group’s original plan was Mt. Balagbag aka hellipad but was convinced by the barangay folks to try Maranat, besides M’Irene already trekked Mt. Balagbag before. About 0900H when the group started the trek after hitchhiking to man travelling near the outpost, registered at the Barangay post (P10 registration) then headed out to the trail. Unknown to many, Maranat is actually the name of the falls which is covered by Mt. Oriod.The falls is a majestic sight to behold. Tree bearing fruits are abundant in the area while the cascading water from the falls is a relaxing view to watch. The group met M’Helen on the way when somebody offered a motorcycle ride to M’Irene who’s catching her breath due to severe heat and assault. Turns out that the man was not a resident there and isn’t familiar to M’Helen so the hoped for ride for M’Irene was gone with the wind. The group then met Prim and the kid (forgot his name) they guided us to Mt. Maranat for P250.
Despite the slash & burn and coal mining in the mountain, it offers wonderful views and a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The group then resumed the ascending - descending trails to waterfalls, often times we will stop for a while to take some shed and breathe due to a scorching heat to a deserted burnt forest parts. About 1200H when we arrived at the foot of the waterfalls, without hesitation we dunk in the water, dived and cooled down our warm bodies then took some snaps and ate our precious foods (biscuits haha!) 1430H when the group arrived at the jump-off, Ate Prim offered us there meal that day (langka with tuyo, sayang walang gata) the trail topic of the group, haha! We devoured then paid the guide fee & food plus a bonus of photo snaps and S’Vich gave the children an extra bucks. P350 for food and guide fee. Mt. Maranat is a new paradise for mountaineers especially to those who wants to feel nature just in the outskirts of the city. Just make sure to bring hats, caps or anything that can cover against the scorching heat of the sun or just avoid summer time. Thanks to M’Irene, M’Avie & S’Vich for another adventure. You rock! High five. :)
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hikerogen:

Mt. Maranat
Rodriguez, Rizal
April 22, 2014
Heading out to Rodriguez, Rizal, you will reach two of the gateways to the famous Sierra  Madre Mountain Range, Mt. Maranat & Mt. Balagbag. The group’s original plan was Mt. Balagbag aka hellipad but was convinced by the barangay folks to try Maranat, besides M’Irene already trekked Mt. Balagbag before. About 0900H when the group started the trek after hitchhiking to man travelling near the outpost, registered at the Barangay post (P10 registration) then headed out to the trail. Unknown to many, Maranat is actually the name of the falls which is covered by Mt. Oriod.The falls is a majestic sight to behold. Tree bearing fruits are abundant in the area while the cascading water from the falls is a relaxing view to watch. The group met M’Helen on the way when somebody offered a motorcycle ride to M’Irene who’s catching her breath due to severe heat and assault. Turns out that the man was not a resident there and isn’t familiar to M’Helen so the hoped for ride for M’Irene was gone with the wind. The group then met Prim and the kid (forgot his name) they guided us to Mt. Maranat for P250.
Despite the slash & burn and coal mining in the mountain, it offers wonderful views and a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The group then resumed the ascending - descending trails to waterfalls, often times we will stop for a while to take some shed and breathe due to a scorching heat to a deserted burnt forest parts. About 1200H when we arrived at the foot of the waterfalls, without hesitation we dunk in the water, dived and cooled down our warm bodies then took some snaps and ate our precious foods (biscuits haha!) 1430H when the group arrived at the jump-off, Ate Prim offered us there meal that day (langka with tuyo, sayang walang gata) the trail topic of the group, haha! We devoured then paid the guide fee & food plus a bonus of photo snaps and S’Vich gave the children an extra bucks. P350 for food and guide fee. Mt. Maranat is a new paradise for mountaineers especially to those who wants to feel nature just in the outskirts of the city. Just make sure to bring hats, caps or anything that can cover against the scorching heat of the sun or just avoid summer time. Thanks to M’Irene, M’Avie & S’Vich for another adventure. You rock! High five. :)
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hikerogen:

Mt. Maranat
Rodriguez, Rizal
April 22, 2014
Heading out to Rodriguez, Rizal, you will reach two of the gateways to the famous Sierra  Madre Mountain Range, Mt. Maranat & Mt. Balagbag. The group’s original plan was Mt. Balagbag aka hellipad but was convinced by the barangay folks to try Maranat, besides M’Irene already trekked Mt. Balagbag before. About 0900H when the group started the trek after hitchhiking to man travelling near the outpost, registered at the Barangay post (P10 registration) then headed out to the trail. Unknown to many, Maranat is actually the name of the falls which is covered by Mt. Oriod.The falls is a majestic sight to behold. Tree bearing fruits are abundant in the area while the cascading water from the falls is a relaxing view to watch. The group met M’Helen on the way when somebody offered a motorcycle ride to M’Irene who’s catching her breath due to severe heat and assault. Turns out that the man was not a resident there and isn’t familiar to M’Helen so the hoped for ride for M’Irene was gone with the wind. The group then met Prim and the kid (forgot his name) they guided us to Mt. Maranat for P250.
Despite the slash & burn and coal mining in the mountain, it offers wonderful views and a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The group then resumed the ascending - descending trails to waterfalls, often times we will stop for a while to take some shed and breathe due to a scorching heat to a deserted burnt forest parts. About 1200H when we arrived at the foot of the waterfalls, without hesitation we dunk in the water, dived and cooled down our warm bodies then took some snaps and ate our precious foods (biscuits haha!) 1430H when the group arrived at the jump-off, Ate Prim offered us there meal that day (langka with tuyo, sayang walang gata) the trail topic of the group, haha! We devoured then paid the guide fee & food plus a bonus of photo snaps and S’Vich gave the children an extra bucks. P350 for food and guide fee. Mt. Maranat is a new paradise for mountaineers especially to those who wants to feel nature just in the outskirts of the city. Just make sure to bring hats, caps or anything that can cover against the scorching heat of the sun or just avoid summer time. Thanks to M’Irene, M’Avie & S’Vich for another adventure. You rock! High five. :)
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hikerogen:

Mt. Maranat
Rodriguez, Rizal
April 22, 2014
Heading out to Rodriguez, Rizal, you will reach two of the gateways to the famous Sierra  Madre Mountain Range, Mt. Maranat & Mt. Balagbag. The group’s original plan was Mt. Balagbag aka hellipad but was convinced by the barangay folks to try Maranat, besides M’Irene already trekked Mt. Balagbag before. About 0900H when the group started the trek after hitchhiking to man travelling near the outpost, registered at the Barangay post (P10 registration) then headed out to the trail. Unknown to many, Maranat is actually the name of the falls which is covered by Mt. Oriod.The falls is a majestic sight to behold. Tree bearing fruits are abundant in the area while the cascading water from the falls is a relaxing view to watch. The group met M’Helen on the way when somebody offered a motorcycle ride to M’Irene who’s catching her breath due to severe heat and assault. Turns out that the man was not a resident there and isn’t familiar to M’Helen so the hoped for ride for M’Irene was gone with the wind. The group then met Prim and the kid (forgot his name) they guided us to Mt. Maranat for P250.
Despite the slash & burn and coal mining in the mountain, it offers wonderful views and a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The group then resumed the ascending - descending trails to waterfalls, often times we will stop for a while to take some shed and breathe due to a scorching heat to a deserted burnt forest parts. About 1200H when we arrived at the foot of the waterfalls, without hesitation we dunk in the water, dived and cooled down our warm bodies then took some snaps and ate our precious foods (biscuits haha!) 1430H when the group arrived at the jump-off, Ate Prim offered us there meal that day (langka with tuyo, sayang walang gata) the trail topic of the group, haha! We devoured then paid the guide fee & food plus a bonus of photo snaps and S’Vich gave the children an extra bucks. P350 for food and guide fee. Mt. Maranat is a new paradise for mountaineers especially to those who wants to feel nature just in the outskirts of the city. Just make sure to bring hats, caps or anything that can cover against the scorching heat of the sun or just avoid summer time. Thanks to M’Irene, M’Avie & S’Vich for another adventure. You rock! High five. :)
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Mt. Maranat
Rodriguez, Rizal
April 22, 2014
Heading out to Rodriguez, Rizal, you will reach two of the gateways to the famous Sierra  Madre Mountain Range, Mt. Maranat & Mt. Balagbag. The group’s original plan was Mt. Balagbag aka hellipad but was convinced by the barangay folks to try Maranat, besides M’Irene already trekked Mt. Balagbag before. About 0900H when the group started the trek after hitchhiking to man travelling near the outpost, registered at the Barangay post (P10 registration) then headed out to the trail. Unknown to many, Maranat is actually the name of the falls which is covered by Mt. Oriod.The falls is a majestic sight to behold. Tree bearing fruits are abundant in the area while the cascading water from the falls is a relaxing view to watch. The group met M’Helen on the way when somebody offered a motorcycle ride to M’Irene who’s catching her breath due to severe heat and assault. Turns out that the man was not a resident there and isn’t familiar to M’Helen so the hoped for ride for M’Irene was gone with the wind. The group then met Prim and the kid (forgot his name) they guided us to Mt. Maranat for P250.
Despite the slash & burn and coal mining in the mountain, it offers wonderful views and a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The group then resumed the ascending - descending trails to waterfalls, often times we will stop for a while to take some shed and breathe due to a scorching heat to a deserted burnt forest parts. About 1200H when we arrived at the foot of the waterfalls, without hesitation we dunk in the water, dived and cooled down our warm bodies then took some snaps and ate our precious foods (biscuits haha!) 1430H when the group arrived at the jump-off, Ate Prim offered us there meal that day (langka with tuyo, sayang walang gata) the trail topic of the group, haha! We devoured then paid the guide fee & food plus a bonus of photo snaps and S’Vich gave the children an extra bucks. P350 for food and guide fee. Mt. Maranat is a new paradise for mountaineers especially to those who wants to feel nature just in the outskirts of the city. Just make sure to bring hats, caps or anything that can cover against the scorching heat of the sun or just avoid summer time. Thanks to M’Irene, M’Avie & S’Vich for another adventure. You rock! High five. :)
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Mt. Maranat
Rodriguez, Rizal
April 22, 2014
Heading out to Rodriguez, Rizal, you will reach two of the gateways to the famous Sierra  Madre Mountain Range, Mt. Maranat & Mt. Balagbag. The group’s original plan was Mt. Balagbag aka hellipad but was convinced by the barangay folks to try Maranat, besides M’Irene already trekked Mt. Balagbag before. About 0900H when the group started the trek after hitchhiking to man travelling near the outpost, registered at the Barangay post (P10 registration) then headed out to the trail. Unknown to many, Maranat is actually the name of the falls which is covered by Mt. Oriod.The falls is a majestic sight to behold. Tree bearing fruits are abundant in the area while the cascading water from the falls is a relaxing view to watch. The group met M’Helen on the way when somebody offered a motorcycle ride to M’Irene who’s catching her breath due to severe heat and assault. Turns out that the man was not a resident there and isn’t familiar to M’Helen so the hoped for ride for M’Irene was gone with the wind. The group then met Prim and the kid (forgot his name) they guided us to Mt. Maranat for P250.
Despite the slash & burn and coal mining in the mountain, it offers wonderful views and a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The group then resumed the ascending - descending trails to waterfalls, often times we will stop for a while to take some shed and breathe due to a scorching heat to a deserted burnt forest parts. About 1200H when we arrived at the foot of the waterfalls, without hesitation we dunk in the water, dived and cooled down our warm bodies then took some snaps and ate our precious foods (biscuits haha!) 1430H when the group arrived at the jump-off, Ate Prim offered us there meal that day (langka with tuyo, sayang walang gata) the trail topic of the group, haha! We devoured then paid the guide fee & food plus a bonus of photo snaps and S’Vich gave the children an extra bucks. P350 for food and guide fee. Mt. Maranat is a new paradise for mountaineers especially to those who wants to feel nature just in the outskirts of the city. Just make sure to bring hats, caps or anything that can cover against the scorching heat of the sun or just avoid summer time. Thanks to M’Irene, M’Avie & S’Vich for another adventure. You rock! High five. :)
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Mt. Maranat

Rodriguez, Rizal

April 22, 2014

Heading out to Rodriguez, Rizal, you will reach two of the gateways to the famous Sierra  Madre Mountain Range, Mt. Maranat & Mt. Balagbag. The group’s original plan was Mt. Balagbag aka hellipad but was convinced by the barangay folks to try Maranat, besides M’Irene already trekked Mt. Balagbag before. About 0900H when the group started the trek after hitchhiking to man travelling near the outpost, registered at the Barangay post (P10 registration) then headed out to the trail. Unknown to many, Maranat is actually the name of the falls which is covered by Mt. Oriod.The falls is a majestic sight to behold. Tree bearing fruits are abundant in the area while the cascading water from the falls is a relaxing view to watch. The group met M’Helen on the way when somebody offered a motorcycle ride to M’Irene who’s catching her breath due to severe heat and assault. Turns out that the man was not a resident there and isn’t familiar to M’Helen so the hoped for ride for M’Irene was gone with the wind. The group then met Prim and the kid (forgot his name) they guided us to Mt. Maranat for P250.

Despite the slash & burn and coal mining in the mountain, it offers wonderful views and a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The group then resumed the ascending - descending trails to waterfalls, often times we will stop for a while to take some shed and breathe due to a scorching heat to a deserted burnt forest parts. About 1200H when we arrived at the foot of the waterfalls, without hesitation we dunk in the water, dived and cooled down our warm bodies then took some snaps and ate our precious foods (biscuits haha!) 1430H when the group arrived at the jump-off, Ate Prim offered us there meal that day (langka with tuyo, sayang walang gata) the trail topic of the group, haha! We devoured then paid the guide fee & food plus a bonus of photo snaps and S’Vich gave the children an extra bucks. P350 for food and guide fee.
 
Mt. Maranat is a new paradise for mountaineers especially to those who wants to feel nature just in the outskirts of the city. Just make sure to bring hats, caps or anything that can cover against the scorching heat of the sun or just avoid summer time. Thanks to M’Irene, M’Avie & S’Vich for another adventure. You rock! High five. :)

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