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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... down the street to Treasure Rock, but we booked a caving tour together for the next day. I walked around a little, checking out the gorgeous town, but Sagada has a town curfew of 9pm so it was early to bed again!
I woke up early, had an incredible omelette in a café overlooking the ravine with some of the best coffee I’d had so far in the Philippines, then met with Butch and our guide for the cave connection.
... asking for Andrea's phone number. No one asked me for mine :( Shortly after we finished our drinks we slowly started to walk back to the bus station crossing the foot bridge once again to the town. We stopped off at my old hostel 'the stairway' to go to the toilet again before getting on the bus. Unfortunately Andrea wasn't on my bus. We exchanged Facebook and email addresses and said goodbye to each other. I was hoping to see her again on my travels even though she was leaving in a weeks ...
... pick our fruit directly from the source. Siegrid is an accomplished potter and has helped rejuvenate the traditional pottery methods in the region. I always enjoy visiting her peaceful pottery studio on the outskirts of town surrounded by pine forest where her creativity comes to life! Pottery is a difficult thing to travel with but I always mange to bring back a few of her beautify mugs! While Sagada is indeed growing with more hotels and tourist shops opening each day ...
... additions to the valleys scenery before heading back down the side of the valley and further on up into the forest. Our hike took us through thick forest full of overripe coffee plants, over running streams that disappeared into deep dark cave systems, one of these streams was a small disaster as in my clumsiness I dropped my camera onto some rocks and into the shallow fresh water! A little concerned I dried it off and placed it into my pocket to keep it dry... continuing our hike ...
... parin ang smile and posing.
May ilang minuto din kaming pumasok sa loob ng kweba. So far, ito ang pinaka malawak na kweba na napasok ko. maganda sa loob, kasi malinis ang tubig, at maganda ang makikita mo.
Nakakaaliw rin ang pinag gagagawa namin sa loob, bukod sa kumukuha kami ng picture, nagpapadulas at nagbabasaan ...