The Mount Pulag Executive Climb Part III
From the Camping Area at Camp 2, it took us approximately two hours to reach Mount Pulag's summit, and we were fortunate that the sun hasn't rose yet when we reached the peak. A lot of people told me that a Mount Pulag climb will not be complete if you missed the sunrise so our team was, indeed, lucky because we didn't miss it. Here are the photos taken before and after our "peak pursuit:"
We stayed at the summit for approximately one hour and we trekked for another two hours going back to the camping area. The climb was fantastic and, like I always say, it's worth-blogging for. When we went back to the tourism office, I tried "top load" and it was definitely awesome! Imagine a two-hour bumpy ride on top of a jeepney? Well, it takes some balls to do it! Fortunately, I've got some balls - literally and figuratively speaking.
|Hide and seek! In this photo: Diarie, Coach Ceejay, Carter, Sheela, Yours Truly, Jonathan, Theresa and Donna. We were "hiding" from the sun. Joke.|
|Sunrise is "almost there." In this photo: Yours truly, Theresa, Beverly, Carter, Jonathan and Donna! This is one of my favorite photos taken at the summit.|
|Sunrise at Pulag - the most amazing and the most beautiful sunrise I've ever seen!|
|On our way back to the campsite. Big, big thanks to Theresa for the photos!|