Thursday, April 9, 2015

Picturesque View at Baguio - Nueva Vizcaya Road

Few days ago we where passing this road as part of our road trip adventure with my best-friend Sharon and her family (Bugaing Family). We were coming from Manila to attend her older brother's wedding in Linglingay Alicia Isabela and we are heading back to La Union and we take this alternative road to shorten our route. Baguio-Nueva Vizcaya Road is a 104 kilometer shortest route between the provinces of Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino in the northeast and the provinces of Benguet, La Union and Ilocos Sur in the northwest, according to the data from the Cordillera offices of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH-CAR) of the Philippines. 

It was our first time passing this route and we have no idea what this road has to offer. All we know and excited about is that, we will be passing by Baguio City.

While on the road we can't help get awe! with what we are seeing outside; blues skies, greenery fields and the dry mountains which offer picturesque view. What's so nice about road tripping with private vehicle is that you can pull over anytime to take your shots and selfies in every beautiful spots and views you'll pass by. And we no exception to that! We can't help but pull over and take our obligatory shots with this beautiful rice field in Nueva Vizcaya!




Windy and......

warm weather.


As we continued our journey we also passed by mountains with miniature Rice Terraces views.


And then we pull over for our obligatory jumpshot on the road of Bgry. Kayapa Nueva Vizcaya, with beautiful flower's along side the road as our backdrop. 

My Best-friend highest Jump-shot by far with this trip.

with my best-friend Sharon, her mom Nanay Josie and me.

Me and Nanay Josie

On the road we also saw one of the oldest power plants in the country and was among the first large hydroelectric power plants constructed in the Philippines. The Ambuklao Hydroelectric Power Plant o the Ambuklao Dam it is so big and beautiful. Unfortunately we didn't pull over because it was getting dark but I still managed to get a nice shot of this view.


As it was getting dark outside and I was trying to get my best shot of the beautiful Ambuklao Dam. Can't help to look up as I was seeing sunset and started taking some shot and to my surprise I had the best snap shot for the day. Sunset in the Mountain of Ambuklao Dam in Brgy. Bokod in the Province of Benguet.

What do you think? Isn't it beautiful? My college adviser describe it as heavenly shots as I posted these on my Facebook wall :)





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1 comment:

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