Taken at: General Santos Airport in General Santos City, South Cotabato, Philippines
It was a tiring two days. I was excited to go home but our flight was delayed by 1.5 hours. However, I was taken aback by this beautiful runway view.
I just hope they develop this airport into something more efficient and more conducive to travelers.
Taken at: Digos-Makar Road in Malungon, Sarangani, Philippines
After our stint in Davao, we’re now making our way to General Santos City – a 3 hour drive away. It’s in another province and it’s quite overwhelming to make the journey.
That’s Good Morning in the local dialect. What a glorious sunrise. Couldn’t sleep until I got to enjoy the view. Then, it just became too sunny and I was very sleepy.
We just arrived and I am a whole lot hungry. Now, where to eat?
Taken at: Quezon Avenue in Quezon City, Philippines
The 272 steps to the top may be daunting. But, fret not, it’s not as hard as it seems. For me. The steps are a little narrow and steep. So, if you have big feet, don’t expect that the balls of your feet will touch the steps.
When you get there, it’s a marvelous right. The main area is a cave with a high vcaulted ceiling. There are more steps leading to an area with skylight. The design of the religious venues were so intricate.
I was a little disappointed with the tourists. They were more entertained with feeding the monkeys than realizing the cultural significance of this cave.
Taken at: Gozum Residence in Marikina City, Philippines
Don’t you just love looking at the burning sky during sunset?
Taken at: Seoul City Wall in Seoul, South Korea
As if one mountain was not enough, I added two more today. I decided to take on a different view of Seoul and walked (more like, hiked) along Seoul City Wall.
It was a hard battle but I was still able to come through with it!