Banaue Hotel and Youth Hostel
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... the jeepney to head back to Banaue it wasn't long until I started talking to the people on their. I was talking to a nice guy called Keith from England. He must of been retired because he had been on the road for 17months already and he had another 2 years worth of travelling to do. What a legend. He was a really nice down to earth guy. Next to me was a really nice girl called Andrea who was from Czech Republic. I got talking to her about her travels and she was telling me that she ...
... Acop. She passed many many years ago and has been buried under their old house which still stands in town. They will be transferring the grave to the family cemetery high on a small hill in town but first they will have a viewing and of course lots of food. I plan to come back to town tomorrow for the lunch and re-burial process.
I will write one last entry before I fly out on Tuesday. Hope you are all doing well and sending love from Acop!
... violent to swim so we about turned after a short rest and headed back to the town where we thanked our guide and got straight back to the hostel and into the shower absolutely caked in mud! Luckily, the previous days unsuccessful cooing mission had left us with a bag of rice, uncooked and a perfect place to store my poor camera (which by now had steamed up on the inside of the screen) where the rice will hopefully soak up any moisture left over. The rice god miles on us ...
... br> I wish I could share the awesomeness of those caves but unfortunately I only have my camera phone with me. It was extreme! We had to literally hang on for dear life at some point. It was very exhilarating and you can’t help but stand in awe when you see the natural pools of water inside the cave - I feel bad that I can't swim, I would have loved to take a dip in those clear and cold water. There ...
... na daloy ng tubig, minabuti na naming hindi nalang abutin ang dulo.
Though hindi namin narating ang dulo at nakalabas ng Lumiang Cave, dumaan nalamang kami rito bago tuluyang pumunta sa ibang destinasyon.
Ano nga ba ang meron sa Lumiang Cave? Ito ay libingan ng mga unang taong nakatira sa Sagada. Kung kaya't ...
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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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