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Solo Travel: Batad Rice Terraces

Batad has been on my bucket list for quite sometime so I decided to head to the heart of Cordilleras for my birthday. Fortunately my vacation leave have been approved which essentially gave me 72 hours to plan the trip. 694 more words


Trip to the Cordillera Region

Hi guys! How’s your weekend? Mine was worth spending. I met some new friends and reunited with two of my colleagues from the previous company that I’ve worked for. 543 more words


Sky-high paddies . . .

No, this is not about inebriated Irishmen.

It’s a celebration of the ingenuity of human agricultural innovation in northern Luzon in the Philippines where, over the course of several centuries, local indigenous communities tamed the steep valleys to grow paddy rice in irrigated fields high in the mountains (about 1500 m above sea level) and, employing a sophisticated hydrology, to supply water to the terraces and drain them before harvest: … 1,072 more words

On My Mind . . .

Banaue, 1995 to 2013: A Second Family in the Mountains

Since the 1990s, I have been traveling up to the mountain town of Banaue, and its outskirts. The place is famous for the rice terraces that extend through many mountain ranges, which were built by the Ifugao people by hand. 326 more words


Anakbayan New Jersey Congratulates Cordillera Human Rights Alliance’s 5th General Assembly, “With Feist and Fervor, Fight State Terrorism!”

For Immediate Release
Press Statement

October 8, 2015


Laura Emily Austria, Anakbayan New Jersey

(470) 309-2265, anakbayannj@gmail.com

We Congratulate the Cordillera Human Rights Alliance’s 5th General Assembly, “With Feist and Fervor, Fight State Terrorism!” 323 more words

Favorite Photo I Shot

Note: This is in response to the top choice from a previous poll.

It was around 2010 when I first bought my very own digital camera.

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The Armor of God (AYANGAN, IFUGAO: Bible NT)


Ephesians 6:10-18

10 Hiyah te angunuh hi alyo’ ay da’yu: Mahapul an mihamad di ugaliyu ti nan iddumanyun Apu tu’u an nalpuh nan abalinanan nidugah. 250 more words