Banaue->Sagada->Baguio: May 20-24, 2010 When I was young, this is the very first destination that I would like to visit. I saw this in TV, in a documentary series, and that time I promised to myself that someday, I will also be there and do some soul-searching... hahaha So here is our itinerary goes: Residential Inn: Where we stayed for 3 days. Tita Mary, as we call the owner is very kind and accommodating. After checking-in, we decided to take our lunch. We went to Yogurt House, the owner is not a Filipino, I'm not sure if from what country. At first, I was curious and then I just concluded that she loved the place very much that's why she decided to live in Sagada for good. haha Well, anyway, I must say that they really had the best yogurt in town! yummy! Fisrt place to visit was the Echo Valley: I remembered I asked why it was called that way and so my travel buddy told me "Sigaw ka lang", right then I knew why it was called like that. haha Anything that you would loudly say will bounce back, yes, you would here it back. It was Fun!11 Hanging Coffins: literally, naka-hang talaga and take note, narating namin yung site mismo. Underground River: Kung saan umuwi kaming putikan dahil sa inabot ng ulan, humingi ng tubig sa nadaanang pigpen (oops, nagpaalam kami sa mga baboy para humingi ng tubig nila, hehe) Mt. Ampacao: Trekking kung trekking ang labanan! the best ang experience once you made it to the peak! the view is priceless, as in.
Cave Connection (Lumiang to Sumaguing Cave): DEATH DEFYING nga sya, as in! Dulas kung dulas, haha Buwis buhay talaga ang labanan. Super enjoy at fulfilling ng experience! (ikaw ba naman ang masiraan ng wetpaks ng cargo pants. haha) Thanks to Kuya Sotero (kuya Cute) and Dalifer for keeping us safe.