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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... should have known better than trying to push through. I could barely walk as we walked the km to the cave. Every step hurt and I could only hobble. I was an embarrassing sight! Id taken the last of my cold and flu tablets and was hoping Id feel better once it had kicked in.
The caving was absolutely fantastic and cost about $10 for the 3-4 hour journey through the cave system. The guides even got lost at times and had to work out which way to go. Definitely not something ...
... for Andrea and I to head to the toilet. When we finally got to Banaue we had a few hours before our overnight bus headed for Manila. Tim went and done his own thing, where as Andrea and I went and got another beer and took a walk along the river crossing the dodgy foot bridge to get there. We found a quiet spot and chatted about life and our travels. Then all the local boys started to play games with us. We were all throwing little tiny stones at each other. They were loving it. All ...
... vibe, beautiful scenery, adventure opportunities, and my amazing local friends help it maintain its core and make it difficult to leave each time I return.
I am heading back to ENCA for one night today before I leave on Monday for Manila and fly out on Tuesday. The Cosalan’s are also having a big family gathering the next two days in honor of Lolo Andy who recently passed. His last request was to be buried in the family cemetery next to his ...
... ng tubig. May part pa rito na bumaba kami gamit ang lubid dahil masyadong mababa ang susunod na tungtungan, kung kaya, para makaakyat, lubid din ang aming ginamit.
Ang dulo ng sumaging cave ay ang Lumiang Cave, sabi nila ay tagusan daw ang dalawang kweba. Ngunit di na namin ito napasok sapagkat sa bandang babang parte ng kweba ay ...
... rice terraces and beautiful mountain views
but the underground was even more interesting.
The Sumaging cave and the cave connection was exhilarating
the hike down and through the cave was a maze of passage, pools and funny rock formation was definitely a fun thing not to miss in Sagada.
A little challenging but adventurous and refreshing activity in an otherwise chilly mountain village.