After the coffin fun, oh yeah and some video games and karaoke, we went back to the Log Cabin to try the local specialty, Pinikpikan Chicken. We saw this being, um, prepared from the bus window on the way to Sagada. In fact, we felt a bit like one after emerging from that bus. You see, to prepare a Pinikpikan Chicken, in order to get the unique flavour, the chicken must be beaten with a stick while still alive. Hmm. Another problem presented was that the dish was for 7 people. We invited a fellow traveler to share in the meal.
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