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The one thing I want to see in the Philippines is the Banaue Rice Terraces. This is proving to be a very difficult place to get to. I have already flown into Clark (north of Manila) and taken a five hour bus journey further north to the city of Baguio. This morning I left Baguio (as soon as humanly possible) to get another bus up to Sagada. This …
Today was an awesome day! I woke up after a great night sleep at George Guest House and wasn't sure that I really wanted to do anything today. I knew that I was going to be staying here for tonight, so I had the full day, but just kind of felt like relaxing. I bummed around until about 10am and then went for breakfast at Yoghurt House. I had an …
Gabby-gabz stayed here on Feb 25, 2012 during their trip titled: Mi REmOzANTE NaTuRA aD-VEniRe en Banaue-Sagada.
Though it's near dusk already, and Teenah and I were already tired because of our intense activities, we decided not to waste that fine late afternoon. So off the oft trodden path, we decided that it would be well worth to visit the non-touristy Balangagan Cave. So we buckled up and at exactly 1700hr we headed to offbeat Balangagan Cave or formerly …
Mirka18 stayed here on Nov 24, 2012 during their trip titled: Mountain Province.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGeorge Guest House Sagada
Cheap private room with my own bathroom, free wifi, and nice people running the house. I would definitely stay there again!
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