I think I heard the word SHIT a thousand times that day haha! Our bodies were unprepared for this task kaya ayun katakot-takot na sakit ng katawan ascending and descending (actually until now, 2 days na nakalipas sakit pa din hita at binti ko haha!), 1278 foot elevation ba naman, tapos 3 hours kami nag hike and sometimes I crawl kase nakakatakot madulas sa mga matatalas na batuhan! Hirap ng trail grabehh! At summit 2 we need to climb via rope yung 20 foot peak kaya talaga naman total workout, ngayon lang talaga tumagaktak ng todo pawis ko sa buong katawan haha!
But this one of a kind experience is liberating ika nga ni Romel na kasama kong umakyat. Sobrang fulfilling nung nasa summit 2 na kami or yung peak na. Balewala yung init ng araw kase ansarap tignan ng 360 degrees yung mga kabundukan ng Sierra Madre.
Need to go on a diet as you can see on my photos, yung tummy ko lutang na lutang haha! Because the Tres Separados are planning to climb more mountains in the near future haha!
Its easy to get loco with this cute camera because even at its small size it has lots of features to offer! Its also handy and can shoot to almost any angle you can think of. You just have to be creative because this camera has gone where every other cameras have not. 😀
I just did a DIY LENS HOOD out of a rubber bushing which I found on my neighbor’s auto shop. The diameter is much bigger than the GoPro lens, so I cut a small portion, then glued both ends to fit well into the GoPro lens. The lens hood not only protects the lens from sudden camera drop but also produces a beautiful vignette on my photos as you can see below. But of course I can easily removed it if I wanted to. 😀
One of the great features of GoPro that I have found out recently was the BURST MODE. Now shooting a jump shot (above photo) can be done in just one click, no more mistakes haha! My settings here is 12MP – 10/1 Wide – Remote Shutter
This shot I made (from my mobile phone) when I stopped at a crossing while filming the video below.
My very first long video using my GoPro happened last December, during our barkada’s reunion.
and my latest wacky video of myself while driving and singing “Bring that Booty” by my rap duo idols, MastaPlann 😀
Its been a while since Viajista went for a ride. Our last ride was in Majayjay, Laguna on the month of April this year. Balikan lang.
Then after several months of planning haha! We finally decided to hit the road again, this time to the beautiful Hamilo Coast in Nasugbu, Batangas. Actually, we’re on the other side of the coast as you could see on the photo below 😛
No lights, no people! Just the six of us, the empelayts and the white sand bitch beach! Watching the stars that night is like I logon at http://www.cheapwholesalejewelry.com/ where its also glittery.
Another great thing is that we have a new member on board a spanking new Sniper MX in the person of Kevin, whom I know since birth hehe.
Our route is a loop starting from Shell C5 – Domestic Airport – Las Pinas – Bacoor – Kawit – Naic – Nasugbu-Ternate Highway (got flat tire, buti na lang me naligaw na vulcanizing shop at Patungan Fishing Village) – Hamilo Coast (sa kabila hehe). 96 kilometers reading on my odometer
Going Home – Hamilo Coast – Nasugbu-Ternate Highway – Nasugbu Town – Tagaytay Nasugbu Highway (parang me magnetic road ako naramdaman dito hehe) Tagaytay – Santa Rosa Tagaytay Road – Sta Rosa – Binan Maharlika Highway – San Pedro – Muntinlupa – Paranaque – Taguig – Bicutan – Pasig – Taytay – Anonas – Base (napahaba yung daan namin pauwi tapos pulos trapik pa kaya antagal inabot ng biyahe) 163 kilometers reading on my odometer