Vistamar Beach Resort Hotel
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... we felt that we already passed our destination. And we really did miss the rotunda, but only a hundred meters or so. We thanked the driver as we got down and we were again laughing our asses off.
We looked for a local who could tell us where to get the next ride, probably a tricycle ride, down to the lake. We asked the tricycle driver just near from where we were supposed to go down earlier. He told us he can bring us there with, pay of course. He asked P80 ...
... the terraces... they were truly wonderful and informative! Which was a surprise since I had talked to an American woman the day before who told me her guide was terrible and couldn't answer any of her questions.
After hiking along the terraces, we were off to the waterfall. Our guides asked if anyone had breathing problems, which should help explain how hard the trek was. The stairs were STEEP, there was a hundred of them, ...
... I talk to them and they gave me some to try. Delicious, they are kind of like sour keys but not as sugary.
We head to Banaue where the rice terraces are, which is roughly 2.5 hour drive north and up the mountains. The winding road and views of mountains, valleys and small villages on the side of the road was breathtaking. I guess they build their houses on the side of the road for the easy ...
... hard as we climbed to the top of the hill, but it was still great fun and the thought of falling of one off the narrow walls of the rice terraces kept us focused on the task at hand! After a couple of hours walking we arrived at the village of Cambulo, where we rested and had a very early lunch of rice, fried eggs and corned beef. It was actually surprisingly good although I can't say I'll be adding it to my recipe book any time soon. The village was very quiet with ...
... We enjoyed some Starbucks coffee, live music in an Irish pub and some manic dancing from a sugared up CC :) They kindly drove us almost for 2 hours through chaotic traffic to the bus terminal for our 10 hour overnight ride.
Banaue- Saturday 27th April
We arrived after very little sleep and what felt like minus degree blizzards with the aircon into Banaue. This UNESCO world heritage site with 2000 year old rice terraces in the Cordillera mountains in Luzon. ...