Sagada Igorot Inn

Address: Poblacion Sagada Mountain Province, Sagada, Luzon, Philippines | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Poblacion Sagada Mountain Province, Sagada.
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      Sagada and the Hanging Coffins

      A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 06, 2014

      1 comment, 139 photos

      ... with the Applai, an aboriginal tribe that lives in this area. The Applai were animists before the missionaries arrived, like their counterparts the Ifugao of Batad/Banaue, and some still are. Interestingly, the burial custom of hanging coffins or putting them in caves continues to this day among both Christians and animistic Applai.

      But not everyone is "eligible" for this type of burial -- only the rich or high-status. So, animistic Applai elders and wealthier ...

      Sagada & the hanging coffins

      A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Jul 29, 2014

      8 photos

      ... on the large northern island of the Philippines called Luzon. Clark was an American airbase until it was abandoned following a nearby volcanic eruption in the 1990s. We don't know the name of the volcano but it looked formidable in the distance. The nearest town to Clark Airport is Angeles which is not a place you want to spend any time in, so we decided to continue north to an area of mountainous green forest towns called the Cordillera. The primary reason ...

      Cottage living

      A travel blog entry by darlingandres on Apr 02, 2014

      10 photos

      ... it. We walked back to find that it was only 30 min away from town but we couldnt make it down to the falls as it was too slippery and narrow to actually get close to it. So we saw a bit of it from a distance. At least we had a nice walk.

      Overall our stay was great but we knew that it would have to end sooner or later. We still wanted to see the rice terraces so Banaue was next.


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      Wish I stayed longer

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 12, 2014

      7 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Sagada

      A travel blog entry by burles on Dec 18, 2013

      3 photos

      ... 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 ...