The ride on the horses took about 45 minutes to one hour. The ride started increasing in elevation slowly, then increased rapidly towards the top. After arriving at the top, walked around the rim to shot photos and videos of the volcano. We departed the rim after about one hour. There were snacks and drinks available about 100 feet below the rim. I walked part of the way down to take photos. As you may remember there was no wind. The temperature was very high I think my wife drank about 8 bottles of water coming and going. I did ok with about 2 bottles. If you go during the month of May make sure that you drink plenty of fluids.
Once we arrived back to the horse stable area we settled our expenses for the horses and then headed back across the lake. Once across the lake we ate a nice lunch that included chicken, sinigang and rice
Pork Sinigang or Sinigang na Baboy is a delicious sour soup recipe. Pork along with vegetables boiled in a sour broth and goes well with rice. Try it the next time you are in the Philippines.
Jim the Kano