>Sagada Caves and Camping

>Leaving the creepy caves, we went to look at the other caves down the road.

However we really wanted to try out my new lightweight tent, and decided to camp for awhile.

Instant noodles over a fire

The view from the camping spot

Walking from there to the other caves, there were some rice terrace views.

It’s pitch black inside, with steep slippery stairs. You can hear millions of bats squeaking and it stinks of their batshit.

With a proper guide and lights, we could go into the cold water of the cave and wade between a network of caves, seeing rock formations. This was as far as we dared go.

After the cave, we walked a little further to this viewpoint on a treacherous cliff. We see another cave below.

On the way back we stopped at the Pie House to check it out. A kitty took an instant liking to Sherwin and wouldn’t leave his lap.

Puppies on the way back

We go back to the Log Cabin for another awesome meal.

Tomato soup, tomato salad, mixed veggies and some more fried pork.

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3 Responses to >Sagada Caves and Camping

  1. Kate says:

    >I have been reading your blog for a while and I just HAD TO TELL YOU that I love all of the posts on the Philippines! It has bought back many fond memories from when my then boyfriend (now husband) backpacked around SE Asia in the late 1980’s. My very favourite country we visited was the Philippines – in particular Sagada and Baguio. Thank you so much. I look forward to reading much more! k8

  2. Goofball says:

    >cool trip! i’d not venture too far into the caves either though. I am not very brave for that type of things.The cat and the puppies are sooo cute

  3. MJ Ces says:

    >You should have ventured farther inside the Sumaguing cave. It's a great experience albeit a very tiring and messy one. Just imagine mud and batshit all over your clothes. 🙂 But it's all part of the experience.

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