conquer pulag

Pragmatically speaking, we can never conquer Pulag or nature in general. Philosophically, it can apply to a number of things. I described it like a handicapped person attempting to overcome his fear. And maybe the more we take part in the laps of mother nature, the more we learn about us from her…

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conquer pulag

A couple of weeks ago, I joined a group of fellow wanderers. Real people who have a strong desire for or impulse to discover or travel and explore the world.  I joined them in a quest to climb the third highest mountain of the Philippines. In a few more days, I will be hitting the road once again, but this time I will be off to Sagada with a new batch of unfamiliar faces so just to give you a break on this blog, I will leave you with a short music video that a friend of mine made during our recent adventure in Mount Pulag with fifteen other participants. Thanks to Diega Villanueva of http://www.cosmeticized.com for including me on this video. Merry Christmas to you, your family and friends. May this holiday find you surrounded by those you love including Fidel. Merry Christmas May your heart (and your socks) be filled to overflowing! And my best regards to the people behind Byaheng Victory tours. May your holiday season be filled with so much blessings. And to everyone, May you gain success in every sphere of life in the coming year.

Conquer Mount Pulag 2012 from Diega Villanueva on Vimeo.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Cheers to looking back and looking forward…

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