Originally Posted by YnotJP?
Pinay Ako, Thanks for the additional photos, They show how nice not only the riding is but, the people, and the country. As I have said, in other postings, for the life of me, I can't see why the Philippines has not been over run with foreign Adventure riders.
yeah.. whenever im somewhere for a ride (especially in the mountains where one will rarely see vehicles passing) the kids & the people cheer when they notice im a girl.
but of course they also cheer for my ride buddies (just a louder one for me)
and sometimes, when i pass by a group having a picnic beside the falls or beach, they invite us for a hefty meal (if i just have a lil space in my tummy for that, i will really give in
there probably are some foreigners who tour some parts of the philippines on two wheels... but maybe they don't know this site? that's why they don't share their experiences here? i duno... just maybe.
Three days in the rain will test anyone.
A nice place to ride, a nice place to relax, and nice eats, looks like it was a fun trip. (Glad to see you guys saved the Halo-Halo for the end of the meal.)
even just a day of riding in the rain in a very cold place gives me that chill!
no, i ate the Halo-halo alternately with the pansit palabok.
i love the contrasting taste of a salty/sour against the sweetness of the dessert