I don't get why many were daunted with the 724 steps that led up to the peak of Mt. Tapyas. It wasn't even a trail; it was a well-ordered and well-constructed set of concrete stairs. And there were seats and sheds to rest on when you're tired. But then again, I grew up - and live in - the highlands, so climbing mountains and walking up more challenging trails is nothing new.
The giant steel cross was nothing special, but it's the view that would take your breath away. Even on the way up, you see the water, the islands, and the town down below. At the top, you get a 360-degree view of the whole place. I felt... humbled. And inspired,
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