Anilao Outrigger Resort
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... one hour with some stops on the way for pictures. When we finally arrived at the Batad Saddle our driver Paul gave us some instructions and we were off to the terraces! Our final destination was a waterfall that was supposed to be somewhere around there.
It was a good walk! Even if they say that itīs around 3 hours we found out that it was maybe even more. At the beginning of the walk we could see how they were constructing a road to Batad so maybe in a few years it ...
... was close by the hotel and the town wasnt very big so getting around wasnt hard.
We were advised upon arrival that the best place to see the rice terraces was in a town called Batad. Its a short ride outside of town but a hard trek for a few hrs. We were advised not to do it because of the kids. So we opted for another trip with a guide to a native village, Hapao ...
... it at the market.
After all the detours and up the winding mountain road we arrive at Senora falls. It is a beautiful manicured resort. The falls are really nice and the bottom of the falls have been altered so that kids and play and swim safely. It is a contrast from Dayog falls that I explored yesterday, but both falls were really beautiful to see. On the way out of the resort I kept seeing signs with the word AEIOU posted on houses. I ask Ronnie about the ...
... sleep - his tossing around and coughing and wheezing meant that I also couldn't sleep.
By the time we arrived in Banaue (around 7 AM) we were exhausted, greasy, and had pretty noticeable bags under our eyes. Our exhaustion was not enough to stifle our excitement though. Our first glimpse of Banaue was just beautiful - rolling hills, covered in lush, tropical, green forests, blanketed by low-lying clouds. Waterfalls drifted into the valley in various ...
... back that evening so we offered to store their bags in our room for the day and in return they treated us to lunch.
We stayed at the Sanafe Guesthouse, our room was so nice compared to the last place we had stayed. We had the most amazing views from our room and from the restaurant's terrace. The only down side is there are no electric sockets in the rooms. This was a pain as we had so many electrical items to charge but we were able to charge in the restaurant for ...