I'm late in posting my entry, again. I thought I wasn't going to be able to since there's no winter here in the Philippines. Anyhoo, here are are my photos:
1. Stacked Up
These rocks were stacked up by nature to form a natural barricade along the banks of the river.
2. Winter Wonderland
Since we don't have winter here in the Philippines, I just imagined that this is how the area along Wawa Dam would look like should there be snow here.
This was a sweet moment for me and hubs. For me being able to trek going down some steep and slippery rocks just to ride a bamboo raft then trek going up some more slippery rocks to reach a cave is sweet victory. Hubby told me that it was sweet victory for him, too. To see me move around confidently climbing without the need for someone to assist me is more than enough for him to pose for my camera.
Yup, that's the hole in the wall (cave) that we went to. Unfortunately, because of asthma I had to content myself with taking a photo of the entrance of the cave.
Our friends from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources told us that the cave was used by Katipuneros (a group of Filipinos who fought against the Spaniards) to hold meetings in. Some of their writings are said to still be visible on the walls of the cave.
Just a photo of the frozen delight called Halo-Halo (mix) which many if not all Filipinos love to eat.