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Roadtrip to Quezon, Philippines | Travel Blog 5

Roadtrip to Quezon, Philippines | Travel Blog 5

February 2020 · 5 min read · Quezon

Back in September 2017, me along with my high school friends went to have a road trip to Quezon Province. It was our first time to be out of Cavite or Metro Manila together with a car so we are kind off excited during that time.

Since I'm the one who always go out to out and like to plan for stuff like this among the four of us, I volunteered to make our itinerary for that trip along with their suggestions.

So our call time was 5:00 in the morning! Believe me but it's our first time as well to meet on that time ever since high school! Of course except when field trips.

Anyway, we met at a 7-Eleven at Dasmarinas, Cavite where we bought some snacks we could eat along the way. After that, we departed to our first stop, Kamay ni Hesus.


There weren't so many people when we went there are it wasn't Holy Week but it was very sunny which drained us quickly.


We had few stops until we get to the top of the stairs. It was rewarding to see the view of Quezon from above and see the giant figure of Jesus Christ.



After staying for a couple minutes, we headed down and stayed in the car to grab some snacks we brought.


Our next stop was the municipality of Lucban, Quezon which was about an hour away from Kamay ni Jesus.

We visited the Catholic Church (which is known as San Luis Obispo de Tolosa Parish Church) before eating our lunch as we wanted to see how old this church was. Note that it was built during 1595 and still standing now through the maintenance of the people in Lucban.

Finally we're having our lunch...

I already forgot where this was taken but it's one of the famous eateries in Lucban.


Also, we won't be leaving without trying the famous food here which is the Pancit Habhab.


They call it pancit habhab because of the way on how it is eaten. So all you need to do is eat it directly with your mouth. You may add some condiments like soy sauce or vinegar before eating it. No utensils needed!

You should try it out when you go to Lucban, Quezon!

Before we leave the area, we bought some pasalubongs like Lucban Longganisa. (Sorry no photo)

Also we took a picture at the Lucban signage.


After this is our last stop which was the Majayjay Falls!


It was very crowded when we went there as there were lots of families gathering there for vacation. So only stayed here for a few hours.


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The falls was just a small one but has a strong current that you're getting pushed away as you swim close to the falls. And the water was very cold just like the temperature of the water in Bomod-Ok Falls in Sagada.

It was a nice visit in the falls however, if I would have the time to go back there, I'd go there on a quiet time or when it's not summer season.

As we head back home, we were just the only one on the road and we saw this nice mountain which was the Mount Banahaw (which is one of the famous mountains being discussed on our history class when we were young) so we stopped by and took a picture of it just like what a typical tourist would do. Lol.


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To be honest, writing this 2 years after this happened made me want to do it again as we haven't had a long trip again since this time. Lol.

But it was very nice to refresh this memory of us just having fun and doing what we want to do when we where younger. Hope we get to have more of this.

Thanks for reading!

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