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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... I had seen these from. It was from a English programme called 'Karl Pilkington, the moaning of life' I started to laugh about the programme. It was weird to think that people actually got buried up on the cliff edge. Seems crazy. After the hanging coffins we all walked back to town together and then said goodbye to the girls. Myself and Tim went back to our room to get changed and then head out to get some food. I wanted to go to a restaurant that the lonely planet recommended which ...
... t have working wipers, which made the journey even more frightful. As it became dark, we all fell asleep. Every once in awhile we'd be awoken by the bus slamming on its breaks, or violently laying the horn on to an incoming vehicle. Richard asked me in the morning if I had woken up in total fear at any point during the night, and I replied that it had occurred numerous times. At 2:30 in the morning, we woke up to loud noises as the bus slowed to a stop on ...
... metres in altitude here so the thin air made things just a little different, plus it was absolutely freezing! Well in comparison to the summer months we had experienced it was freezing cold anyway but cold enough for trousers, jackets and wooly hats... the air was like on a cold winters morning, when you breath in and feel that sharpness at the back of your throat and in your lungs. Every breath was like this but in bright, bright sunshine it was quite an interesting feeling. ...
... street of the village.
Martin decided to do some laundry as he was running out of socks. He washed them in the bathroom bucket and took the socks out to pour the dirty water down the toilet, along with one lone sock! So now he has even less socks and one lonely one too! We just prayed it hadn't blocked the toilet, especially as you are asked not to put anything in the toilet!!
The town is small enough to walk round so we decided to explore and find ...
... namin ay mag mitas muna kami ng Oranges.
Hindi naman namin ito pinalampas, kung kaya't dali dali kaming kumuha ng mga kagamitang pampitas at pumunta sa lugar kung saan nakatanim ang oranges. Nakakatuwa sapagkat tinuruan kami kung paano malalaman na maganda ang Orange na aming napitas sa pamamagitan ng pagtingin lamang sa balat nito.