Banaue View Hotel
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... Batad for the day, we headed out in search of the tricycle driver, Joon from the previous day. First, we booked our tickets to Manila for the next day and with our driver conveniently appearing a few feet away from the ticket office, we headed towards Batad.
The journey to Batad was not simple, as it involved 12km of winding dirt tracks and a 5km trek over a mountain. So for the best part of an hour, Norma and I were jostled around our tin can as the driver dodged rocks, ...
... town is situated on either side of a steep valley with a babbling mountain river cutting it in half. Then up on the hills beyond the town we were surrounded by what looked like giant green steps. Over a dinner of Chicken curry we were approached by a guide offering us a trip tomorrow for 700P each but we declined thinking it too much. Later on our evening stroll we discovered a tour agency that for 700P between us we'd get transport to the junction by ...
... making sure you only pee for your 3 pesos because doing more costs 5 (how do they monitor that?).
We finally reached Banaue at 1 pm and went for lunch at the Sanafe restuarant overlooking the rice terraces in town. We ate on the outdoor terrace and got our first views. We checked into the Banaue Hotel and then moved on to Hiwang Village with its traditional huts and rice terrace views. At the village, there is a ...