I’ve always been curious about travelling with contributors, writers, editors and other officers of a travel magazine. Though much can be learned from what is written, it’s a totally different experience to be with them during their travels. So when a friend of mine approached me and said if I could organize a Mount Pulag climb for the CAB Urban Travel Magazine I could only say yes to feed my curiousity.
For a trip to Mount Pulag, I’ve always required a preclimb. This is to prep up the participants on what the highest mountain in Luzon has to offer. A stunning view, different flora and fauna, the people and culture, the long trek and the best part of it all, the cold temperature which could go below zero degrees celsius. A totally different weather from what most of us expected of the Philippines, the all sunny whole year round where Sunshine Corazon’s name came from, except for the monsoons.
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