Southern Photos — Part 2

The day after the feast of the Sto. Niño, I brought Bragie and JV to see Tancaan Point and Maasin City. On the side, this was an excuse to catch up on my open water swim training

Another purpose to this trip was to visit Patcha in Hilongos. I’ve been meaning to see this town’s trails for a while now; hoping I could find the perfect spot to hold an orienteering class, and maybe in turn, spark the adventure racing scene in these towns

So on our third day, we drove up to Hilongos really early in the morning to catch up with Patcha and Sharon. They took us on a 30Km trail ride within Hilongos’ interior baranggays. I dont have photos, but I can atest that it was an adventure — muddy ascent, singletrack through a grassland, river crossings, and amazing gravel roads

Short but very sweet weekend. Grateful to Mama, Papa, Patcha and family, Sharon, and of course to Braggie and JV for the company

More photos of the outdoors and adventures in my Instagram and my website

Photo copyrighted by Nick Aguilos. No part may be taken or used without the permission of Nick Aguilos Studio.




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Photographer / UI Designer

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