P&M Final Option Beach Resort

San Juan, La Union, Luzon, Philippines | Resort
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    Travel Blogs from San Juan

    Day trip to Batad Rice Terraces and Waterfall

    A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Apr 12, 2013

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    Awesome sleep, felt so good to be back in a bed.! :) up early as we had to be ready to go for our tour at 8am. We were going to be traveling on a tricycle but as we were waiting for other people to arrive a Jeepney drove past and we got on there. 150 P each for 1 hour to the top of the hill. From here we walked downhill for 45minutes to the Batad Village. We ordered our lunch for when we got back then walked to the top of the Rice Terraces for some amazing photos. It was just as good ...

    To see the world in a grain of... rice

    A travel blog entry by feliciawong on Nov 28, 2012

    20 photos

    ... His family still has active terraces and he is certainly roped in to help. April and May would be the best months to view the terraces as they would be ablaze in luminous green, whereas harvest time comes in August.

    Passing through a village, we chanced upon an old man at work. Denver took over from him for a bit to demonstrate how to separate the grain from the chaff. With skillful motions, he tossed and shook the woven basket, tediously revealing the ...

    The 8th Wonder Of The World?

    A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Mar 09, 2012

    ... road on them, they look cool as ****, I regret not asking one for a go.
    The rest of the day was killed by having a drink in a toy shop (all these places have glass bottled soda so you can't leave with them), a walk across an incredibly unsafe bridge made of scraps of metal and then sitting around reading the LP. We still are all over the place with our plans so we decided to go to an internet cafe and do as much research as we could and try to put together an ...

    Banaue riceterraces & caving

    A travel blog entry by judihasi on Dec 17, 2011

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    ... when we arrived and took us on our first trip to a village on the rice terraces. It was amazing, people still living like hundreds of years ago.

    Banaue itself looks like an old village but got some cheap restaurants and internet cafes. We then drove a very narrow steep road to Segada. Here we visited a very interesting museum about the Indegous people of the area and continued to a cave with coffins. Coffins ...


    A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 11, 2011

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    ... slide but when some workers saw me, they cut out a walk way across the mud slide so I could walk into the valley. Upon driving back to town, I had lunch at the Banaue rice terraces and shopped at the view point. That night, I met a couple French guys and we made plans to meet up in the next town (Sagada). I was going by jeepney and they by motor bike.