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... well worth the adrenaline rush. Steve and Siegrid as also hosting a raft guide from the US so it was fun to hang out with Scott and hear his rafting stories from around the world. He will be in Sagada for a while to enjoy the peaceful environmentally conscious community and also conduct some training with the local rafting guides. To learn more about their rafting and adventure travel opportunities visit www.luzonoutdoors.com.
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... a slight ascent we were brought to a small face of rock. Here we were standing face to face with several small coffins hung from the cliff, some with writing on them, some very very small, and one over two hundred years old! They were a fascinating sight to see, each one hung below the next, each one with the decaying remains of a local person. There are two facts about these coffins that explain their location. The first fact is why they are hung. The locals believe that when ...
... even a part of a national association of mountaineers in the Philippines and was able to climb Mt. Everest. Oh how I envy him.
Next stop was the Underground River. It was a dry season though, some parts of the river was dry but the rock formations and the cave was still beautiful!
We overestimated ourselves and thought that we could do a lot more for our last day but we ...
... a cold and lovely wheather!
While sipping the hot coffee, we as well enjoying the view from the 2nd floor. Sagada is really an awesome place. How I wish I could still go back to that lovely place.
After the Lovely breakfast, we then proceed to our first destination for the day! "Sumaguing Cave". Inside the cave, you'll ...