Walking the trails of Sagada
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The small mountain town of
The attraction of the town is the cool climate which makes it a perfect getaway from the steaming hot summers in the
After I get out of bed shivering I put on all of my warmest cloth. Ok I put on my second warmest pair of pants given the warmest pair got changed into a strange biological/chemical experiment after I tried to decent from the mummy cave in Kabayan and I have not gotten them washed since that. I go out to see all the fabulous sights of Sagada - and truthfully - they are not all that great.
I had planed to spend several days here - but after walking through some rice field to go to a tiny waterfall I decide it is time to leave. It is too cold and it looks like rain. I want to get out of here now. And I really don't care about the hanging coffins they got somewhere after seeing the coffins and mummies of Kabayan. Hence I will get out of here on the first jeepney to Bontoc.
And when I get to the jeepney it is full of foreigner. Sure this town is a somewhat overrated tourist trap in my opinion without that much to offer. I know you may argue I giving it a morning is not really giving the place a change - but then again if it can not convince me to stay in that amount of time it is not worth wasting time hanging around.