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Photo Diary: Baguio – Day 2

This is waaaaaay overdue, but I can still remember spending our first night with no e-fans on at ang hanging Baguio na ang nagpahimbing sa aming pagtulog. 479 more words


8th Wonder of the World

Philippine Rice Terraces is scattered all throughout the country. This one right here, the Batad Rice Terraces, is a cluster that UNESCO has recognized and is included to the list of the World Heritage Sites. 37 more words


Banaue Flower

Flower of Banaue, Ifugao

Rambling in Mayoyao, Ifugao

Need to see the details of this trip right away? Head to the bottom part and see the fast facts about Mayoyao, Ifugao.

The initial plan was to go Sagada since I was told by a former colleague that it is just about six hours from Santiago, Isabela. 1,628 more words


The Oldest Health Worker of MAP.(David Lengoyna of Brgy, Jacmal, Aguinaldo Ifugao)

David Lengoyna, or “Uncle David” as we fondly call him, is the oldest living Barangay Health Worker in Aguinaldo, Ifugao. He is now 80 years old. 523 more words


Solo Travelers' Bittersweet Fate (featuring Banaue, Ifugao, Philippines)

“Music saves the soul.” Play softly while you read.

People think we are fearless. We are not afraid to wander to places we’ve never been; walking anonymously along the dusty road of a rural town and smile to people as if you’ve met a familiar face. 774 more words


Backpacking to Batad Rice Terraces

I love outdoor adventures! In August 2009, I first experienced hiking, trekking and spelunking during a five-day backpacking trip to Mountain Province of Philippines. The plan was to go to Batad and Sagada! 452 more words