"Way back in my college days, we visited this place courtesy of our schoolmate 'Caesar', a resident of Up-uplas who is now in Canada. Back then, the road leading to this place was
still not cemented, we have to walk a couple of hours to reach this
barangay along the Amburayan river at the back of the mountains. It was
very exhausting as it was my first time to do a lengthy walk and not to
mention the uphills"
"We had our "pit-stop" at a farmers' shed on top of a mountain. Up there, it was a "wide-open-spaces" ambiance where there was an unobstructed view of the distant cordillera mountains and the low-lying rice fields at the other side"
"As the sun was shining directly above us, there I was on top and near the edge of a small waterfall, looking far and away at the cloud-kissed distant mountains, down to the small houses and fields, humbled by nature, felt so small but great with God's creation"