A Family Gathering

Yes, it was really my idea…collaborated with Kervin Noelle.

And it turned-out to be a blessed activity.

I am so glad at the way things are happening.

Yes, our dear mother died. Yes, we grieved. But the same unexpected event made some things happen  – all above my own positive expectations.

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Important Landmarks and Road Signs Going to Barangay Talipusngo, Maragondon Cavite

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1st Mt. Marami Trail Run Participants…

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HOW TO GET TO BARANGAY TALIPUSNGO, MARAGONDON CAVITE.. (PLEASE PRINT IF NEEDED)

Getting there to Barangay Talipusngo is hard if you have no vehicle. PUJ is very limited to scarce between 11PM to 5AM from Maragondon Municipal Plaza to Barangay Talipusngo, except you will hire a tricycle for a hefty transportation fee. You have to bring your own vehicle or hire the services of shuttle van to get to the event area hassle and worry free.

Parking is available at the assembly area.

Here are the details on how you can reach the Assembly Area on Time:

COASTAL MALL TO BARANGAY TALIPUSNGO (APPROX DISTANCE 58KM) Alot Travel Time atleast 3 to 4 Hours

(Via Coastal Road – Aguinaldo Highway – Governor’s Drive)

1. From Uniwide Coastal Transport Terminal, Take Cavitex – Coastal Road
2. Along Cavitex, Please take Bacoor…

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1st MT MARAMI SILYANG BATO 21 KM FKT TRAIL RUN CHALLENGE

This will be an epic fastest known time (FKT) 21KMs trail run challenge.

While Mount Marami is only about 633 MASL (meters above sea level), it is still a challenging trail – to the unprepared! 🙂

Yes. To a field of seasoned athletes – mountaineers and runners and ultraruners, this is chicken. But to the you-know-who occasional/recreational joiners, this could prove very challenging.

Official Event Poster
Official Event Poster
Route Map
Route Map with Elevation detail

Anyways, with my plantar pain and occasional backache on this race week – I’m having doubts of making it to the starting line. But with God’s grace, I just might be there and finish this distance.

Tips for the unprepared:

  • bring extra hydration for your own use before the aid stations
  • bring extra small bites for your own use before the aid stations
  • dont waste time on full stop – keep walking
  • bring a trekking pole
  • wear the lightest gear you have
  • tag along with a buddy (to push and pull each other)

Crossing my fingers. 🙂