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... seeing where various tracks led searching for the underground river cave we had heard of (but were warned not to do it without a guide :)).. Thankfully we didn’t get lost as it would have been a miserably freezing experience to spend the night in this area.
What's the story behind the hanging coffins? The intent of the coffins being hang on the side of cliffs was to prevent animals getting at the corpses as well as because it was/is believed that the higher the body ...
... mourning and socializing around him/her. Only after this is he/she put In the coffin and "buried". You'll see in the photos a couple of these chairs placed on the cliff face with the coffins!
There are only two sites with hanging coffins, and one with coffins buried in caves, that are shown to tourists, part of the standard set of tours offered by local guides. These are the three named sites identified in the photo labels. However, from reading about Segada and ...
... of 5 kms and at times i thought we wojld never do it but we did and the guides were brilliant and the caves were amazing. We slept well that night.
Up at 0600 for our hike through the Fedilisan Rice Plateau to a village with no roads the only way is by foot, what an incredible area all worked by hand the same way for centuries. The men also mine for bold very dangerous and for little reward. At the halfway point we made it to Bamod- Ok Falls and Aka Big Falls where you ...
When we arrived in Sagada I was blown away by the charm of the small mountain town. It's built up on limestone cliffs and rocks so houses have big sets of rock stairs leading to the door, restaurants are cozy and have fireplaces, and there are beautiful wildflowers everywhere.
Butch, a Pinoy man who's been living in Germany, roamed the streets with me looking for accommodation. I checked in to the Traveler Lodge, and ...