A Hike to Marymere Falls

 After our Trip to Hurricane Ridge Olympic National Park , we drove to Lake Crescent Olympic National Park  and parked our vehicle in the parking lot close to Storm King Ranger Station. There were a lot of vehicles in the parking lot but we had no problem finding a parking spot.  The trail to Marymere Falls starts just past the Storm King Ranger Station. A nice 1.5 mile round trip nature trail, mostly flat until the Falls Creek log bridge, then the trail gradually ascends 200 feet in elevation. It was an easy and beautiful hike but my shoes and pants got muddy. It also got crowded up there but it's worth the hike and a must see when visiting the Olympic National Park. The view of Marymere Falls and the narrow loop trail Marymere Falls Nature Trail 1.5 Miles Round Trip No Pets, Weapons, or Vehicles The tunnel under the road The passage to the other side. It's so nice that the hikers going to Marymere falls don't have to deal with busy highway US-101 I love the new growth on

Eating Buko Halo-Halo

Buko (coconut) 
Halo (mix) so Halo-halo is mix mix :-)

Eating Buko Halo-halo is one of my favorite snack or dessert to do especially in hot sunny day. It's so yummy and so refreshing. I don't remember all the ingredients but mainly, young coconut (in coconut shell), shaved ice, nata de coco, jackfruit, sweet potato, avocado, melon, milk, beans, durian, ice cream, etc. Ingredients will depends on where to buy it. The juice from the coconut is also served in a pitcher. So basically we're getting the whole coconut plus all the mixes. Yummy!
On this trip, we only went to #Blue Haven Resort & Durian Park and to #Minas Buko Halo-Halo. Both has a great atmosphere and close to our place. The price was really affordable P60 each or a little over a dollar.

These pictures were taken from Minas Buko Halo-Halo in Bo. 6 San Vicente, Banga, South Cotabato

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