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... up too. There was singing, drinking, a little dancing (just Kevin and me), and lots of laughing. A great night! Sagada was just perfect for catching our breath after our crowded big city experience. There was cheap accomodation with a good view, good cheap food, and quiet. While in Sagada we spent some time trying to catch up on internet stuff--always a challenge it seems--and reading and relaxing in the clean mountain air, we took a couple ...
... in the south; however, to get there required a not-so-relaxing journey. We boarded a bus to Manilla at 3:00 in the afternoon. As per usual with a night bus, we were all fearing for our lives as the bus barrelled around the high mountain passes, wide enough for only a single vehicle. There were no guard rails, so one wrong move meant rolling off of the road. It started to rain pretty hard, and the road was beginning to flood and wash away in some areas. The ...
... in the van and headed on descending a little as we passed through more valleys of endless rice terraces until we reached our destination of Sagada, a small town nestled high up in the Cordilleras mountains, famous for it' rather interesting burial procedures.
Luckily the van dropped us pretty much outside our hostel and we set up camp in a really comfortable room with, once again, a stunning view over the whole town and right down the valley. We were still at excess ...
... rest home was there, it was one I had emailed but had no reply. Off we went up the steps to a lukewarm greeting and no record of us wanting to stay. No room at the Inn so off we went, in fairness the guy there did take us to a few more places until we found a room. It was getting late so we accepted a double ensuite at Ganduyan, it had a little balcony , was really basic but clean. It would do and just 700 peso( £12.00) a night.
We were central at the top of ...
We'd sort of signed up for the caving not really knowing what we had let ourselves in for. Charlotte was nervous but I hadn't even given it any thought, I knew there were a couple of drops we had to navigate that barely fit an adult body but I figured that we would do them and then it would open up into a cool walk. **** knows.
We woke up at 7:30 and we were both narky so a brief argument about nothing ensued. By the time we got our guide everything ...
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