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Travel Blogs from Nasugbu
... to the reception and asked for a bandaid. They look over the bench and see this small pool of blood forming and freak out. The whole thing was pretty funny actually and although they wanted to bandage it I won the argument and got my bandaid. Should've gone for the bandage though - it would've looked much more impressive. Back to the present... We made anchor and had a few drinks on the boat and had a bit of a tan. After a while my uncle, so clever, thought the storm clouds were getting ...
... was very unusual. We decided to visit the local museum just a few minutes walk up in the village up a very steep hill. On arrival the doors were closed. We knocked at the guesthouse next door and they had the key so we did get to have a look round. It’s a fascinating look at the local tribe, the Ifugao, of how they lived. It was just 50 peso to enter. (About 80 pence).
Back at the guesthouse after a shower and change we had our last meal there, slightly better ...
... we met the charismatic doctor Roberto Kalugdan, who showed us to our luxury native hut overlooking the mountains. After showering (which fired out live ants!), lunching and relaxing in the afternoon we tricycled to Lagawe for ATM, bus booking and better than average local dinner at Gazebo restaurant / popular karaoke TV bar. Stayed at Ibalao Ibalao Bed & Breakfast (with no breakfast!) [T&J rating ...
... Baguio to Sagada. I don't think most people envision the Philippines as having these gorgeous pine-covered mountains, stretching as far as the eye can see.
We jumped off the bus (Banaue wasn't it's final destination), found ourselves besieged by touts, but thankfully promptly found the Sanafe Lodge. Writing now from its open air veranda offering sweeping views of some terraces and the city below, we are almost sad ...
... engineering feat these terraces were.
Despite good intentions, you could really see evidence of neglect which supported the UNESCO concerns that many of the younger Filippino population in the area were choosing far less laborious careers and the terraces are starting to deteriorate. Surprisingly some of the worst neglect seemed to be within the immediate viewing areas of Banaue. If you've ever woken in a cold sweat in the middle of the night thinking that your ...
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