Vulcaneering at Mt. Bulusan Pt 1: From Bulusan Lake To Camp

As early as the end of January, plans have already been made for us to go on a climb to Mt. Bulusan in Irosin, Sorsogon during the Holy Week on the first week of April. Calendars have been marked, leaves of absences from work have been initially filed, bus tickets have been booked… Holy Week came around, and Typhoon Maysak loomed, with all forecasts saying that the region where Mt. Bulusan is located will get the brunt of the typhoon. (So we moved things around a bit and decided to head up north, instead, to Batad. I chronicled that trip in these posts.) We then moved our Mt. Bulusan adventure to Labor Day weekend.

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  2. “Moderate” hike 😀 I’ll prolly faint at some pit stop. 😀 It looks like I need to get my lungs to be strong too. 😀 Encountering with leech – yikes. Good thing he didn’t bring his buddies.

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    • HIking is actually one of the best ways to clear your lungs. 🙂 Especially when you go up mountains, because the air is so much cleaner there.

      Wait for my next post. It’s leech-galore!

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      • You have the advantage still whereas for me, going up Forestry, Los Banos has been sporadic down to once a year. haha. My lungs need re-training. Oh my, there are more leeches? hahah Okies

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