About 9:30AM, we already left and headed to Ronda to go to Lusno Falls as planned last night.
Upon arrival, we dropped by the police station first to leave our stuff so we could have a hassle-free motorcycle ride going to Brgy. Anajao. According to chasingpotatoes, fare from the market to Brgy. Anajao should be about Php75 but the local drivers kept arguing that it was Php100 each person. But you know what we figured out? The drivers were lying. We talked to some locals there and they said it was only Php70. Whuuuttt??!!! We could have saved at least Php60 and that could have been 2 liters of bottled water already. This is what I hate about most habal-habal drivers. They collect overpriced amount of fare from tourists and travellers thinking that we have pots of money. Anyway, from this point, we already had to walk our way to the falls. And since it rained earlier today, it was expected that the road would be muddy… Super muddy!!!
See? Hahaha. Good thing we were on our trekking sandals and slippers.
We didn’t have a tour guide because we were told to just ask around to get there. Hhhmm, the path going to the falls were not that confusing though. With the easy trail and help from some locals, we got there within just a few minutes.
Beautiful!!! Read more: Travel Guide: Lusno Falls Before we spent the rest of our time in Lusno Falls, we climbed up farther to see the Tay-ong Falls which is located just a few meters above Lusno Falls.
Wait!!! Is that for real??!! No offense to the carabaos. I love them but I didn’t know how I should feel about seeing them in the water. Well, they seemed to be enjoying the water much, so good for them hahaha. We went back down to Lusno Falls. Never mind the carabao hahaha. The waterfall was very enticing and everyone had a great time for we had it for ourselves only. The free spirit pose and the hokage on the left hahaha There’s more… the yoga pose hehe. Since the place was very remote and there was nothing there but waterfalls and carabaos only, we had to take our lunch in the Market. So before heading back home, we dropped by at Dadai’s special letson to take a blissful and delicious lunch but unfortunately the lechon was nowhere to be found hahaha.