Buda Trip: Part ll | Epol Falls

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Heya!!! I’m here again to continue to share with you our Buda Trip. After we went to our first stop, we were heading to our next destination when we saw these two giant sculptures of the Davao Eagle. The “King of Philippine Skies”and the natives of Mindanao along BUDA Highway in Barangay Baganihan, Marilog District of Davao.
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We were so hungry this time around so we just had a quick few shots with these two giants behind us. Haha! Time to eat breakfast and we had it here 👇^CFD8E55ED3EDDE7A07037CC853FB164FEBF7140816A0428D44^pimgpsh_fullsize_distr
Yeeey! Finally! We’ll eat now! 🙌
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Three of their best-sellers.^07B2AF99921421873428A61BEBD2E62892F9031897A6D98F18^pimgpsh_fullsize_distr^C21AF04BE63F4C02B7613C6693852D5776D2DF724CB24BF089^pimgpsh_fullsize_distr^94E65AA1CD4D541D927DC7C294ECE88672EB233DAF14552716^pimgpsh_fullsize_distr^4D0D0A320AA4EC791EABEDFEFB5CD66153806222AAEE080BAF^pimgpsh_fullsize_distr
Tried to strike a model-pose, again. Haha! You know me! 😏
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And for our breakfast, some of us ordered these. Some were Tapa with tsokolate. We wanted to actually order as well their best seller – suman. But they were sold out for breakfast. How sad. 😞
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Let’s now go to our next stop, EPOL FALLS! 🙌
We all know the Philippines is blessed with so much nature wonders and so it’s expected to have a large number of majestic waterfalls. However, some of them are difficult to accomplish and extremely dangerous. There are even still undiscovered waterfalls in the Philippines. But I’m glad I was able to experience trekking and discovered another hidden gem. 😉 Yey!
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Oh, let me introduce to you my workmate slash friend slash co-blogger, Brent! 😉
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There’s an entrance fee to be collected when you pass by at the first house going down the waterfalls. They used to collect fees to maintain the cleanliness of the falls. It doubled the adventure because of the muddy trail we underwent. The falls weren’t that high and deep, but when rainy season the falls have strong current and water goes deep.
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And guys, if you’ll be planning to try Epol Falls. Please be prepared. Please prepare your feet! Haha! Trekking going down and up is so tiring! Grabe! The muddy trail  and big rocks on the road were so challenging.
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May tatlong bebe akong nakita…lalala…lalala🎶 Haha! The water was soooo cold guys! It felt like I was in a bucket of ice!

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We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.
– Jawaharlal Nehru

TRAVEL WHILE YOU CAN. 😉❤

Have you been to Epol Falls before? Let me know your thoughts about the place. 😊

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