Category Archives: Banaue

>A look at Banaue, the town

>Now that we’ve seen it all, it’s time to go back to Manila. Our clothes and packs are dirty and smelly. Little did we know they would still never properly dry. I am currently headed back to the ship with … Continue reading

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>Rice Terrace 2

> Continuing on along the rice terrace, we look up to where we came from. You can even see that man’s hut up there. The steps are precarious I am loving the view and taking more than my share of … Continue reading

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>The Rice Terraces of Batad

>I can’t edit out all my photos of Batad, I just can’t. You will have to bear with a million photos for now. Batad has the famous amphitheater-style terraces, and is only accessible to trekkers because there is a steep … Continue reading

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>The Sanafe Lodge

>After surviving all souls day, and waking up to a rainy morning, we decided to go and stay in the town. We check out… I see some “curly chickens” by the museum. We transferred to this lovely place, the Sanafe … Continue reading

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>The Last of the Hut Pictures, I Promise

>Yes here is our final day at the Hut. I take a million more pictures of the view. We were staying at the huts to wait out All Soul’s day, which is not a good time to travel, for practical … Continue reading

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>The Rice Guardians

>At the Ifugao Hut/Museum there was an amazing collection of stone rice guardians. Traditionally, these little stone figures would sit on the rice terraces to guard them. The Ifugao man who owns the museum has been collecting them, to keep … Continue reading

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>Orphans and Puppies

>Just below the huts there was an orphanage built by Canadians, the Noah’s Ark home for children. Although I think the resident Puppies got a little more attention this day. That’s Sherwin’s favourite puppy, the black one. Good puppy! It’s … Continue reading

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>Hut Museum

>At the entrance to the campsite, one of the huts was a museum filled with a collection of native artifacts, belonging to the Ifugao man who owns the campsite. We could go in there for free. We even heard a … Continue reading

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>A whole day at the Ifugao Hut

>I badly bumped my head 3 times the previous night on that damn hut. Sore, I thought it would be a good day to hang around the hill. Here you can see our seperate cooking hut. The lady in charge … Continue reading

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>The Ifugao Hut

>We finally arrived in Banaue, and got some helpful Tricycle drivers to show us the hotels in town. Unimpressed, and spoiled by Sagada, we opted for something a little different. The Ifugao Hut The owner of the resort, an Ifugao … Continue reading

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