|The mischievous yet breathtaking Cervantes roads|
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|Location Highlighted in Red|
However now, thanks to the previous administration of PGMA for funding this highway (The only thing I appreciate about Gloria unless corruption proven) and the highway construction began a decade ago. Before the construction of the multi-billion highway project of Tagudin-Cervantes-Sabangan road and some roads connecting the town to the rest of the Cordilleras, going to Cervantes is not well-recommended, it was a personal choice.
|The lush green mountain is carved with a curving road. Can you spot the waterfall here? Take a keen look.|
|It is not just a landslide, it is a rock slide. Travel at your own risk.|
|There are road signs and it was my first time to see a road sign with label: |
"Caution Falling Rocks"
|Dare to take that Road? Taking that path is a way to reach Cervantes.|
At the town center is a market, college, hospital, school, the town hall, and there you are, carinderia! We reached the town center for fun and beyond expectation! Now, would you dare to take the deadly road? But I think it is better to go this way, "Are you willing to see the beautiful town?"
Then if yes, you must take the deadly road because along the road to Cervantes is where you can find the real thrill of traveling to Cervantes. The trail was challenging but reaching and seeing the beauty of an exceptional town is already a good reward that is more than enough.