Native Village Inn & Restaurant

Address: Uhaj, Banaue, Luzon, 3601, Philippines | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Uhaj, Banaue.
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    Travel Blogs from Banaue

    Bontoc

    A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Apr 09, 2015

    8 photos

    ... on the menu, but not seeing this, and taking into consideration the price, Amelia assumed it would be 'good for one'. This mixed pancit was good for at least three! With a 'little' help from moi, we polished the lot off. To get to Malicong we had to take a jeepney. The journey took us through some small villages and up some extremely steep hills. I was surprised at the jeepney's capabilities, but then these things were used in the war. From below and at a distance, we were ...

    Sagada, Philippines

    A travel blog entry by shayles on Jan 23, 2015

    11 photos

    ... is only one jeepney between Banaue and Sagada per day, I cant afford to rock up whenever I want, but I wish I had. I could have slept in another hour at least.

    The first hour of the drive we couldn’t see a thing due to thick cloud. The drive is very slow as we watch out for recent landslides ahead of us, reversing at times on the mountain edge to let another vehicle through a landslide area that had left the road only wide enough for one vehicle. I just focus ...

    Sagada and the Hanging Coffins

    A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 06, 2014

    1 comment, 139 photos

    The world abounds with customs and practices that appear strange to outsiders. Sagada is certainly one such place, home to one of the most bizarre traditions I have ever encountered -- hanging coffins! In many places in Sagada and the surrounding area, there are coffins suspended from cliff faces; in others, coffins were placed in caves.

    People believe the custom began about 500 years ago, but no one is sure exactly when. What is known is that it began in ...

    Hanging coffins

    A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Jul 13, 2014

    14 photos

    The big attraction here are the hanging coffins and the caves. Iuri wasn't too keen on crawling inside caves so we just found some of the coffins after a short trail. They hang on a cliff and are placed there as a funeral tradition of some minority group, apparently ...

    Sagada

    A travel blog entry by mcmactravels on Feb 24, 2014

    8 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Traveler Photos Native Village Inn & Restaurant Banaue

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    Terraces seen from the Native Village Inn
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    Entrance to Native Village Inn
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    Spoilt rotten: on-call service at the viewpoint!
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    Interior roof of our hut
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    Native Village Inn - nasz domek :)
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    Filipino fried noodles: Pancit Canton
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    Tea time, by Order of the British Empire
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