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I Survived Sagada

I’ve always dodged invites from friends to go to Sagada. Why? Not a fan of uber long road trips. Since a big group invited me this time, I then gave in. 863 more words


China; Guangzhou, Guilin, Yangshou and the Longshen Rice Terraces 5.3.14 - 12.3.14

5th March 2014
We arrived from Hong Kong on the very clean, peaceful and efficient first class train.

First task was to take the metro to our hotel. 3,059 more words


Savoring Sagada

December has always been adventure time for the family, and last year was no different. We took a long drive to the enchanted mountain town of Sagada; leaving Manila at around 11pm, stopping over at 5:30am in Baguio for breakfast and some stretch-those-legs time, before taking that long final trek through the ‘highest highway in the Philippines’ and arriving in Sagada at around 3pm. 672 more words

Family And Friends

cbholganza reblogged this on charly's blog and commented:

(5th of a series: Summer Suggestions) If you're looking for a different type of adventure, try Sagada. The caves of Sumaguing are just something to die for. Then there's the waterfalls, the rice terraces, the Sugong Hanging Coffins, etc. Plus the food. Try it! [caption id="attachment_8408" align="aligncenter" width="450"]The hanging coffins of Sugong. (Courtesy of pinoyadventurista.com) The hanging coffins of Sugong. (Courtesy of pinoyadventurista.com)[/caption] For more on my 'Summer Suggestions, pls read: Remembering Corregidor, Carefree in Caramoan, Pamilacan on my Mind, and Daring in Dakak.

Northern Vietnam: Sapa, Ha Long Bay and Hanoi

I am so thankful I had the experience to explore a bit of Northern Vietnam. I can write about these experiences for days, but I’ll try my best to keep it short and let the photos tell the tale. 452 more words


The rice terraces of Ifugao

I have always had an interest in quaint villages perched on high lands. Regardless of border, they all seem to share an identity of mysticism and spirituality. 1,201 more words