I ended my back-to-back travel last week with a 10k run along the soon-to-be-opened Subic – Clark – Tarlac Expressway (SCT-Ex). I’m one of the few runners who can claim to have run along the longest super highway in the Philippines! The SCTex is 93.77 km long with the Subic-Clark section measuring 50.5 km long and the Clark-Tarlac section at 43.27 km long. This is a major development backbone in the Central Luzon Area that connects Subic Freeport and Special Economic Zone, Clark Special Economic Zone, and the Central Techno Park in Tarlac. It cuts the travel time from Clark to Subic to only 30 minutes! Simply amazing! They say it will open end of April (28th tentatively).
I attended the awesome Colors Travel Photography Workshop by Master Photographer Wig Tysmans last April 11-14 weekend. Due to the storm, we were extended for two more days in Busuanga enjoying the El Rio Y Mar resort. Right after, I went to a scheduled 3-day road trip with my family and parents to 100 Islands and Bolinao, Pangasinan. We stayed overnight in Clark last Saturday night so that I can ran the 10k during the 94k SCTex Weekend.
I was dying to update the blog. My inquirer article on Awesome Family Destinations was published when I was in Palawan. I’m planning to do a detailed post on all the destinations I featured in that article within the week.
Rogin E Challenge Update
Despite the hectic back-to-back travel, I feel alive and not really exhausted. I was able to do a 10k run despite my tiring schedule. I’ve been drinking Rogin E with my Vitamin C supplements and I would like to think that Rogin E is making a difference. I’m going back to the gym this week and hopefully progress more towards my weight goals. I must admit I’ve been enjoying the food at El Rio Y Mar in Busuanga, Palawan.
Text and Photos by Anton Diaz. Copyright 2008.
3 thoughts on “SCTex Run”
Thanks thanks for this post.
welcome back anton! wow! congratulations also on the run!
what are interesting places along the sctex route?