Banaue Hotel and Youth Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBanaue Hotel and Youth Hostel
This hotel is nice,with hot shower ,perfect view from our room .we had free breakfast,view from a distance a few rice terraces and green forests .flying birds around the hotel.About food not so bad Filipino dishes available and European as well.
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... log cabin but we couldn't find it anywhere. We ended up in a really nice local restaurant near the tourist information. The lady who owned it was really nice and cooked all the food from scratch. I had a really I've chicken noodle dish with some home made chips on the side. I was starving so it didn't last long. After our meal we headed back to our hostel to chill out. I watched tv in our room whilst Tim was downstairs on the internet. Didn't take me long until I fell asleep. Half ...
... of the highway. We were out of the highlands and back on a main highway at this point. Unfortunately, we had broken down (this was the first time that I've encountered this outside of Africa). The driver tried to jump start the bus by rolling it backwards and trying to turn the engine, but all it did was roll us backwards (alarmingly fast) and then jolt us forward. We weren't exactly on a quiet highway, and I was a bit concerned that we were going to get ...
... had arrived fairly early in the day we decided to head into the town, book ourselves a guide for the following days hike and get some food. We ended up eating at a very lovely little restaurant that served fresh yoghurt with banana, granola and strawberry jam. It was an amazing taste after so long and we were tempted to double up our order but as it had started to rain we decided to head back up the Hill to the hostel.
Sagada is a very pretty little town, the locals ...
... coffins, we walked for about 20 minutes and came to a rest stop and saw them in the distance. The next place we headed to was a cave, it was quite slippy but you had to get in to reach the coffins, this time all piled up on top of each other, quite eery, We later found out that you could have walked through this cave and came out at another a few hours away. I was actually glad we hadn't known this !
That evening we ate at the Yoghurt House, just some noodles, ...
... Matapos ang Orange picking, pinatimbang na namin ito at binayaran. Tumuloy na kami sa loob ng kainan upang matikman na ang aming tanghalian, ang sikat at pinagmamalaki nilang "pinikpikan".
Ang pinikpikan ay isang uri ng ulam na kilala sa lugar na ito, sapagkat hindi madali ang paraan ng pagluluto nito. Sa paraan pa lamang ng pagkakatay sa manok na isasahog ...