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Rail, Rice Paddies and Rain

A flying trip to Vietnam in 2000 began my love affair with that country. I am not sure what it was that so deftly captured my imagination, as it could be described as no different from one of many frantic Asian countries. 1,195 more words

Two Feet - Walking

Between a rock...

I cant believe it’s more than a month since I went on a birthday leave to run in Banaue for the Cordillera Rice Terraces Marathon! That was the last time I experienced peace of mind—the past few weeks had been the complete opposite. 1,184 more words


Life in Banaue

One of the reasons why I love photography is that you have the chance to show other people what life is beyond their borders. It’s refreshing to see how the ethnic villagers here in Batad live life in its simplest form. 44 more words


The Amphitheater at Batad

Still feeling a bit tired from the nine-hour bus trip from Manila plus another hour by jeepney from Banaue town proper we trekked the remaining 3 kilometers to our destination on foot. 627 more words


Bali, Indonesia- Love Bali!!!

…just a few things to do on your trip to Bali.

By Abby Berman Mazenod

Bali is beautiful- the people, the culture and of course, the island itself with it’s beautiful beaches and forests.  744 more words


Rice Terraces Ubud Bali

The rice terraces have an important role in the lives of all the people on the island. Not only the rice is a major ingredient in their kitchen and is used in the clothing and construction, but it is a part of their thousand years culture and part of their communion with land and gods.  242 more words


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