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Banaue: Simple yet Spectacular

Banaue is located in Ifugao, another province in northern Luzon. It houses the majestically spectacular man-made Rice Terraces Or the Hagdan Hagdang Palayan in tagalog. It is often called by Filipinos as the 8th wonder of the World. 459 more words

Banaue Ifugao

Banaue- March 4

We arrived in Banaue (pronounced ba-naw-wee) at 6 this morning. The overnight bus ride wasn’t too terrible, we actually managed to get some sleep. I don’t know if it was me getting carsick from the windy mountain roads, or the colt 45’s I had the previous evening, but I almost threw up on the bus when I woke up. 316 more words


December 2013 Getaway (Batad, Sagada, Banaue)

First thing i’m going to say is that going to Banaue is not that easy. You should be physically, mentally and emotionally ready for everything. Let me remind you that you’re going to do a lot of trekking and walking. 268 more words


1 week travel itinerary in the Philippines

Someone asked me, “Where should I go? I only have a week to spend in the Philippines, my time is very limited. I want a variety of places and things to do without losing the culture.” 362 more words

Rice Terraces, Temples, Black Sand Beaches, and Awkward Encounters

The goal of our trip to Bali was mostly to relax and soak up some sun before heading back to rainy (but still lovely) London.  While we wanted to relax, we also wanted to learn a little more about the island and see a few of the sights for which Bali is famous. 1,682 more words