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November 2019 ยท 2 min read ยท Bislig


We drove all the way from Davao City to Surigao del Sur to get a glimpse of a stunning waterfalls featured on the national television a few months back.


Tinuy-an Falls, located at Bislig City, Surigao del Sur, is a multi-tired waterfalls. Stationed at an area teeming with lush green vegetation and tall trees, the cascading waters seems like a white curtain flowing endlessly!


Unlike other falls that it takes a lifetime to get there on foot or motorbike ride on a bumpy road, Tinuy-an Falls can be reached by a car right through its entrance!


They say that this falls is exquisitely beautiful after a rain with abundant water flowing down the falls. But, having no expectations whatsoever, the sight of this refreshing waterfalls was delightful to see! I wouldn't mind having my lunch break here. Would you?


Of course, having been travelling for hours, and a little grumpy stomach, we paused for a moment to fill our tummy. We just sat on a mat, silently ate our packed lunch, enjoying the breathtaking view of our surroundings.


Afterwhich, we have done some tour, and picture taking here and there. I love how my friends were creative with their pose and their photoshoot.


I feel like I couldn't get enough with this view, even if it's still the same view picture after picture. Hahaha! ๐Ÿ˜‚ I soooo love to be flying without wings! ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•


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We then soaked our bodies to the cold waters, feeling so refreshed as ever.


This is the most brilliant way to cool down in a fine and sunny weather!


It was a majestic two-hour lunch and a quick dip! But I wouldn't want it any other way.

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This is all for now. Hope you enjoy the view as much as I do.

Yours truly,

P.S. This post is especially dedicated to a friend who requested a post about waterfalls. Here it is my dear @ninahaskin.

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