Day after day, I feel like this world is increasingly made stressful on my mind. Starting from the final task that has so many revision, someone that I love was proposed by someone, to the money in that had already begun to leave.
The more problems come make me start to be pessimistic in life. It seems that I need to take some time and use it to calm my mind and refill the motivation that has already left because of my final task undone.
One of my friends who just returned from Bandung invited me to spend an overnight in the mountain, Mount Sago. That was a great idea!
Mount Sago is included as an inactive mountain (hopefully not active!). Located in Lareh Sago Halaban District, Luak District, and Situjuah Limo Nagari District which is part of the Lima Puluh Kota District, West Sumatra.
Our trip started at 10 am, the plan was originally only five people who would climb to the top of the mountain. I don’t know why, after we arrived at the entrance to the jungle, there were already 10 people waiting for us to climb together.
After 5 hours of climbing the track that climbed almost 45 degrees along the way, we finally arrived at the top at 3 pm. Although Mount Sago is not the top mountain for climbers in West Sumatra, we really enjoy the natural beauty that is presented priceless. The natural sound is soothing and it makes me relax.
And this is the moment that I’ve been waiting for, sunrise!. Enjoying the new day at the top of the mountain with old friends while grateful for how beautiful life is the best thing that I could imagine. I can’t describe it in words. All burdens just disappear as the sun shines in the morning!
Have a nice day!
Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Payakumbuh.
Happy travel and leave no trash!
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