The Bus Ride That Seemed Endless
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The non-airconditioned bus left
The road to Sagada may be terribly rough and dusty but the scenery along the way are perfectly breathtaking! There were landscapes with crazy combination of rocky outcrops, pine trees and rivers. There were literally mountains after mountains after mountains. We were also amazed to see numerous rice terraces and farm lands which made us appreciate how hardworking the locals of Benguet are.
And after six hours of bumpy ride which included two stopovers, we finally reached our ultimate destination. Whoohoo! And as we have planned, we maximized all the time we spent in this VIEWTIFUL town!
1230. Checked-in at George’s Guesthouse--- one of the most popular and in-demand accommodations in town.
1400. Registered at the Municipal Hall and took a tour to
1420. Arrived in
1630. We were already walking back to George’s to change clothes. Along the way, we stopped at some spots where we had a good view of the rice-terraces and took some souvenir shots.
1800. Early dinner at Masferre, which was named after Eduardo Masferre who is known as the father of Philippine photography. Some of his works are displayed here which serve as the resto’s main attraction as well. Good food, friendly staff and beautifully-designed, Igorot-themed dining area.
1930. San Miguel Beer, 2 bottles each with Dan at George’s veranda.
2100. Goodnight, Sagada.