Long and Winding Road

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On our way to Baguio 2 weekends ago, joining my friends from Tuguegarao I took the long route to the “pine city”.  Took us a leisurely 8 hours (with several stops along the way) to arrive through the newly rehabilitated Baguio-Aritao Road passing Ambuklao Dam.  It was a scenic albeit winding road almost all of 104 kilometers.

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It may be long for me who hail from Manila but for my friends from Northeastern Luzon, the road provides a shorter route cutting 2-3 hours by avoiding the longer Pangasinan and Neuva Ecija route via Dalton Pass.

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At one point, we stopped along the road to take some photos and soak in the scenery.

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14 Responses to Long and Winding Road

  1. ewok1993 says:

    looks like a good time sighseeing and photographing.

    i wish i spent more time in baguio before leaving.

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  2. Your world looks gorgeous. That shot of the river in the mountains is stunning. Sounds like you had a great trip!

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  3. Lantaw says:

    Beautiful scenery! Certainly worth the long trip

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  4. Klaus says:

    Wonderful post!
    Glad you’re part of MyWorld!
    Cheers, Klaus

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  5. Guy D says:

    Majestic photos, I love the first one of the tall trees, thanks for sharing Jenn.

    Have a great week!
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  6. Geogypsy says:

    What a beautiful journey.
    Great captures. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Bohol Today says:

    Beautiful sceneries…

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  8. marites1034 says:

    i wish to travel more in Luzon and see more of the sceneries especially the one that you took as I’ve never been there before. MY World entry is up too:)

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  9. Mojo says:

    The pass is just gorgeous! nice work!

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  10. This is something I have to see for myself too. Thanks for sharing this one.

    Re: Chaikofi, the photo was taken in Robinsons Manila, but I’ve seen this one too in MOA, Galleria and SM North Edsa. I’ve been able to try the tea only as it was a hurried visit. Thanks for the visit.

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  11. Esther Garvi says:

    Truly a beautiful place!

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  12. Lilli says:

    Beautiful set of photos, i like the one looking down the water

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  13. Marina says:

    Gorgious view and photos! These trees are so tall!

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  14. Erin says:

    gorgeous trip…your photos lovely.
    thanks for sharing your adventure with us this week.

    have a wonderful rest of the week.

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