Agas-agas Bridge Revisited

It was a different experience we had when we passed by Agas-Agas Bridge – the tallest bridge in the country – over the weekend on our way to Macrohon, Southern Leyte.

Since its inauguration almost a year ago (see: https://gerryruiz.wordpress.com/2009/08/10/the-agas-agas-bridge-the-countrys-newest-tourism-attraction), I could only recall very hot, sweltering days while being in the area.

Last Saturday was different. It was almost sunset when we passed by the bridge and upon disembarking from our vehicle I was  disheartened not to find any chances of a great sunset shot as low-lying clouds was quickly enveloping the whole area.

With a slight drizzle threatening to develop into a major soaking experience, we felt suddenly like being in a different place not unlike some cold, temperate countries. And the atmosphere was suddenly cool and refreshing.

Wow!


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~ by gerryruiz on 13 July 2010.

2 Responses to “Agas-agas Bridge Revisited”

  1. I was here in 2008, but it wasn’t finished yet. I SHALL RETURN!!

  2. i was at agas-agas bridge the last week of july 2010. what a difference from 10 or 20 years ago. also spent 2 weeks at hinunangan, barrio talisay (las vegas beach resort). what a relaxing, quiet place. four and a half stars for hinunangan! i’ll be back. – larry hamilton, las vegas, nevada

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