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Mt. Province | What To See and Do in Sagada | Mystical Sagada by pinoyontheroad on Sep 27, 2012Sagada is my favorite tourist place in the Philippines. First, its far from the hustle and bustle of the city. Second, its relatively inexpensive staying there. Third, the climate is … Continue reading →...



Mt. Province | What To See and Do in Sagada | My First Sagada Experience by pinoyontheroad on Sep 27, 2012Sagada is my favorite tourist place in the Philippines. First, its far from the hustle and bustle of the city. Second, its relatively inexpensive staying there. Third, the climate is … Continue reading →...



Banaue, Ifugao: Cordillera Sculpture Museum by Biyaherong Barat on Sep 22, 2012The Ifugao have prevailed in the Cordillera mountains long before influences of foreign invaders came knocking on Philippine doorsteps with swords thrusting in one hand, bearing a crucifix on the other. Similar to ancient cultures around the globe, t...



Banaue, Ifugao: The Underrated Ascend To Chappa Falls by Biyaherong Barat on Sep 10, 2012I lazily sat by Sanafe Lodge‘s balcony as I indulge on a warm cup of native brew while my eyes feast on a stunning panoramic view. As my eyeballs gently roll from left to right, the sun shone  deep beneath the mountains and revealed a cascadin...



PHILTOA promotes Voluntourism as they prepare for the 23rd Philippine Travel Mart by Out of Town Blog on Jul 18, 2012BATAD, Banaue—In a quaint Ifugao village nestled in the heart of the Cordilleras, the Philippines’ largest association of tour operators made the announcement during a short press briefing held amid the breathtaking view of the world-famous Rice...



Banaue Rice Terraces | Banaue, Ifugao by The Poor Traveler on Jun 23, 2012Clouds are usually my friend. When its sunny and I need a little cover, clouds are there for me. There are times, however, when they let me down. Especially when they’re blocking the view. Two years ago, my friends and I made a stopover at Bana...



Banaue Rice Terraces: Take 2 | Banaue, Ifugao by The Poor Traveler on Jun 23, 2012Clouds are usually my friend. When its sunny and I need a little cover, clouds are there for me. There are times, however, when they let me down. Especially when they’re blocking the view. Two years ago, my friends and I made a stopover at Bana...



Banaue Rice Terraces | Banaue, Ifugao by The Poor Traveler on Jun 23, 2012Clouds are usually my friend. When its sunny and I need a little cover, clouds are there for me. There are times, however, when they let me down. Especially when they’re blocking the view. Two years ago, my friends and I made a stopover at Bana...



Banaue Rice Terraces: Beneath the Clouds | Banaue, Ifugao by The Poor Traveler on Jun 23, 2012Clouds are usually my friend. When its sunny and I need a little cover, clouds are there for me. There are times, however, when they let me down. Especially when they’re blocking the view. Two years ago, my friends and I made a stopover at Bana...



Banaue Ethnic Village and Pine Forest Resort Review by Out of Town Blog on May 12, 2012It was another long weekend and as usual I don’t have a concrete plan where am I heading. But thanks for having friends who have planned the trip 5 weeks ahead which made it so easy for me to spend my long weekend out-of-town without worrying w...