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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    Travel Blogs from Sagada


    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Apr 09, 2015

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    ... at our hotel, it was possible to walk. We were hoping we might strike lucky though and catch a lift with a local. Throughout the two hour steep downhill walk back, we saw just one or two mopeds with pillions, and one car - which was full to the brim and didn't look like they'd allow rooftop passengers. The walk back definitely worked up an appetite! We ate at 'Cable Cafe'. Amelia had a delicious buttered chicken curry (coconut flavour). The rest of our evening ...

    "One Exhilarating Ride" (Philippines)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 06, 2015

    83 photos

    ... on the luggage rack bars and I learned he was from France. His woman friend did not want to ride on top, so stayed inside, alone.

    I offered him some of the treats and placed the bags in-between the bars so they would not slide off and we talked and snacked the rest of the way down.

    I said, "I'm not sure what all these things are, but these snacks are not bad." He said, "They are even better sharing with others like you are." I agreed.

    He ...

    Hang 'Em High! (Sagada, Philippines)

    A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 05, 2015

    43 photos

    ... He was in another place, maybe China, I am not sure where he said. They also bury hanging this way. He said he met a local young man that he became friends with.

    Once a year, I missed whether he said it was on a certain day of the year or on the anniversary of the deceased death.

    But, the important part is that my Canadian friend was there on the day it happened. He said his local friend went to his grandmothers coffin. (I don't know ...

    Sagada, Philippines

    A travel blog entry by shayles on Jan 23, 2015

    11 photos

    ... to stay warm.

    Amazingly, when we finally make it to the other side of the mountain the cloud disappears completely and we have spectacular valley views. Whilst Banaue’s mountainsides were covered with terraced rice paddies, on this side of the mountain villagers use the terraced paddies for vegetables, leaving the mountainside a patchwork of colour. With such spectacular views (and how impossibly squishy it is inside the jeepney) I jump on the roof for the last ...

    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 ...