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Around Cordillera (Ifugao, Mt. Province, Benguet)

Travelling around Cordillera Administrative Region for work has been one of my life’s blessings in the past three years. The views of  lush mountains and breathtaking terraces are (always) treats to the senses. 271 more words


Close To Heaven— Sagada

It has been wonderful staying here in Sagada, which is located at the Mountain Province, Philippines. It is 275 kilometers or 171 miles north of Manila. 527 more words

Bontoc, Mountain Province: Maligcong Rice Terraces and Mount Kupapey

Bontoc has seen decades of development in order to catch up with the changing times. Given its status as an economic and trade center in the heart of the Cordillera Region, to succumb to modernization is a just necessity. 758 more words

Barat Adventures

Janis Narvas reblogged this on Untouristing and commented:

This blog was all that convinced me a few years ago to finally visit Buscalan, Kalinga, where Apo Whang-Od lives. Watch how the blogger captures the beauty of Maligcong Rice Terraces in Mountain Province. Truly breathtaking.

Sagada: Second Look

There are moments of bumper-to-bumper traffic from time to time, and there are more stores and inns now — two of my observations when I visited Sagada for the second time last weekend. 294 more words


Enchanting Maligcong: The Accidental Journey

I know the title seems a little opposite to start with, but let me affirm to you that our accidental journey to Maligcong is simply the best decision we have made from our randomness when in comes to back-packing adventure. 915 more words

Sagada Episode: The One Where Broken Hearts Go

I made my bus reservations a week before my desired trip which was just right on time. I paid a total of Php1150 for my fare, two-way (I availed of the student discount so I paid Php575 each trip instead of the regular Php720). 497 more words

Sights En Route to Mt. Province

“You never climb the same mountain twice, not even in memory. Memory rebuilds the mountain, changes the weather, retells the jokes, remakes all the moves.”  
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