Cantipla Goes Concrete!


Baranggay Cantipla in the highlands, some 27 kilometers from the city, saw the first glimpse of progress with the realization of a previously ‘impossible’ feat – the Transcentral Highway. Now, more roads (leading to other mountains baranggays are being paved. This strip, which used to be really dangerous especially when its raining, leads to Baranggays Sudlon 1 and Sudlon 2. Now, farmers can relax and smile as they ride on habalhabals with their fresh produce.


Cows and concrete.

Awesome view!

The mean machine!

View from the machine

Wow. “This photo has been selected for The Perfect Photographer Award ” in Flickr. Yay!

Sticky situation! LOL

This black material is used as the sealant to fill the gaps.

It needs to be boiled and kept in high temperature because they cool down easily.

Filling the void. Hehehe

Closer look

New road. Yay!

The mountains of Cebu. Wow!

Another shot

Comfy cows.


Smiling habal-habal driver and passenger. =)

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