Photo Challenge: Zigzag


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The Kennon Road below that leads all the way up to Baguio City, Philippines, is also known as the “Zigzag Road” due to its long winding turns. Traversing this road can really make you feel nauseous especially if you’re not used to travelling on long hours.

The zigzag road heading to Baguio can really make you feel nauseous if you're not used to traveling on long hours.

 

But if Baguio City has its zigzag road, the province of Quezon has one too. This is Eme Road which is traditionally known as “bitukang manok” (chicken’s intestine). The name aptly described this long and winding road that leads across the mountains of Quezon and gives a panoramic view of both green mountains and the deep blue sea beyond.

If Baguio City has its swirling zigzag road, Quezon province has its own version of Kennon road called Eme road or traditionally known as bitukang manok.

 

(photo courtesy of visitpinas.com)

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8 Responses to Photo Challenge: Zigzag

  1. cynthiamc1 says:

    Gorgeous! I want to go!

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  2. Terry says:

    Oh my gosh! I would be sea sick!!! LOL

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  3. Colline says:

    One would definitely have to concentrate when driving these roads🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Tina Schell says:

    Oh my! Looks more like a roller coaster!

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