Alfresco Dining on The Hill

Before perambulating the historical village of Ushaiger on that day, we actually laid back at another favorite spot in the place which is simply known as The Hill. It is a picnic spot surrounded by a quickset hedge of two to three meters high. You can also see outhouses, a jungle gym, and a few pergolas that are absolutely up for grabs.



After the straight four-hour drive (0300 to 0700) to this old town, our breadbaskets were already crying for the carb-rich provision. The sunshine was already all over the town but the arctic temperature was far superior to the former’s power. Times like this prove that starving stomachs are impervious even to extremely cold conditions. I mean, we had our sacs fully gorged amid the shivering temperature.



Before finally heading to the village, we relished the driveling views of the surrounding areas.



This stopover at The Hill is indeed the best hors d’oeuvres for the main course: Ocular Inspection of the Ushaiger Heritage Village.


9 thoughts on “Alfresco Dining on The Hill

  1. Pingback: The Doors and Mud-Built Houses of Ushaiger Heritage Village | Stories of The Wandering Feet & Mind

  2. Thats the thing i admire in you,that powerful will to visit places especially those with scenic ones. Welcome back bro. I miss you here. I have been reading your blog since it was bookmarked in my phone but its just now that i had the
    time to comment.


    • Same here, John. Your rustic and blithe stories keep me connected to my province. Life there in general, which is just so refreshing not to mention peaceful. Simple living is, at the end of day, all of us are wishing to have. So keep your Blithe and Untroubled Life breathing.


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