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Sagada Wanders (Day 2) (2/2)

*Wide photos from here are grabbed from a friend, Erika. Thank you, Erika!*

Now we go to the part where everyone was most challenged.

So there are 2 options for Caving. 704 more words

Travels

Ang ganda sa Sagada - Spelunking

Here we go….

We had the option to watch the sunrise first thing in the morning. We just have to let it go because we were all so tired from the trip. 520 more words

Philippines

THAT PLACE CALLED “SAGADA”

I first heard of Sagada from colleagues who already went there for an outing. I wasn’t that interested when they told me about that place because I thought (and believed) that most of the activities there involves caves and coffins. 1,265 more words

Travel

Cordillera Administrative Region

PROVINCE OF IFUGAO

Ifugao is well known for the rice terraces which were created by their ancestor. It has been preserved and being improved by Ifugaos, which they call the people in Ifugao. 790 more words

Documentary

That Thing Called Sagada Adventure - Day 01

This is how our first day went on our journey to Sagada:

Day 01

1st Stop: Banaue Arc

There are lots of parang Anito sculpture in the place. 1,096 more words

Lakbay (Journey)

Sumaging Cave: Into the Beating Heart of Sagada

We feel deeply honored and grateful every time we enter a spectacular cave. When we do, we feel as if we are given a chance to go back thousands of years to a place’s past. 2,330 more words

Caving

WE SURVIVED SAGADA

Sagada is a small town nestled in the Cordillera Mountain ranges, 275 km North of Manila. This enchanting village with its rich culture and heritage is inhabited of no less than 11,000 people of Igorot blood line. 622 more words

Nurse