Marinduque Loop

In April, my good friend and folk musician Nitya invited me to go bike touring and since I was jobless and had nothing better to do, I quickly took my bike to Tryon to get it tuned up. I had it washed and cleaned and even installed a rack for it and since I didn’t have a lot to spend, I went to Quiapo to buy bags perfect for touring.

The next day, we road our bikes on a bus to Quezon and soon, we were on a ferry headed to Marinduque.

I won’t get into the itty-bitty details of the trip but to know more about the Marinduque Loop, you may visit Nitya’s blog and here’s a link to some of the photos taken.

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