Sunday, November 3, 2013

Laguna Lake Loop - Part 2

Why do mountain climbers climb mountains? Because the mountain is there. The same holds true, a cyclist will travel, because the road is there.
Last November 2, 2013, three avid cyclists went on a clockwise loop of Laguna Lake.
Off we went, starting from Binan.

Water break in Alabang
All smiles ... for now
Taytay - Angono border - Along the Laguna Lake Coastal Road

Binangonan
Cardona
Less than one fourth the way
In the town of Morong, Rizal, they try to eliminate the letter "D" as much as possible. The sign says "Banayar" instead of "Banayad". In effect, they say "Rahan-rahan lang baka ikaw'y marisgrasya"
In Rizal, the roads turn to makeshift grain dryers
One third done, two thirds to go!
Cant smile no more. This is the start of the looong climb to Bugarin
You okay back there?
Dogs got nothing compared to me
These roadies make it look very easy
This is Bugarin
After a seemingly endless climb, you start becoming philosophical and ask "Why am I here?"
Ross, bike and the boundary
Second time around
What a relief
Doing 50 at Mabitac


Kalayaan, Laguna



Laguna Lake as seen in Lumban

Pagsanjan Church



Part 1 - Binan to Mabitac


Part 2 Mabitac to Victoria


Part 2 - Victoria to Binan

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