Sirao Pung-ol Night Trek with Pleasure

November 7, 2015. November has never been this fun. I have a scheduled trek every weekend with the a certain group of amazing people. Yay!

It’s been my 4th time in Sirao but on a different trail.

We are all 7 in the group.

  1. Phi pi
  2. Kaye
  3. Cristea
  4. Camia
  5. Randy
  6. AJ
  7. Analyn

We agreed to meet by 4PM at Gaisano Talamban. However, some of us still have a couple of things to do. We’re late for an hour and we started the trek by 6PM. Though night trekking is a bet scary, the good thing is that we don’t easily get tired and the pacing is fast. We just have a few picture stop. But the sad thing especially for the first timer is that the beautiful view is not visible to our naked eye.

We can rarely hear from anyone asking for a stop to rest. Maybe not because we’re scared but because we don’t feel tired since the Mr. Sun who will took our energy during day trek is hiding from us. 🙂

Trail view

The purpose of our night trek other than to let the sweat out of our body is to have some board-game and laughter at the mountain. The group decided to have a camp at the foot of the peak so we can just stay away from the scorching heat of the sun in the morning and we had an option to wake up late.

We then started our ritual after setting up our tents. – wine and games.

Game starts at 10

We had a lot of fun that made our stomach hurts. We ended the night as early as 2AM on the next day. Haha!

We had 2 bottles of wine – the sweet and not so sweet. We use the Carlo Rossi wine when playing the game of kings that made the 2 boys bullied.

Games played:

  1. No Thanks
  2. Spot It
  3. Game of Kings
Morning. Using the new green tarp of AJ
Thumbs up
Hands to heaven
Pose
Jump

‘Til we meet again Sirao! 🙂

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