Sabi ko noon... “M’ once na meron tayong sabay na RD, tara maglibot. Tarang Tugue.” Out ko ng 4PM. Out nya ng 8PM. And i remember off namin kinabukasan pero may pasok sya on the other day. Original plan was to go to Tugue. Pero sobrang layo. 12hrs ata. So we decided to see Banaue rice terraces na lang since may junction lang “daw” na binababaan then makakarating na kami don. So by 4PM nagtanong tanong na ako sa mga crew kung pano kami makakarating dun. At 10PM nakasakay na kami sa bus... di namin alam san bababa so nakiusap kami sa driver na ibaba kami sa junction. At 3AM nasa Banaue na kami.🤗 And i tell u, my ❤️ is so happy that i finally found someone who’s as crazy as me to go on a trip like this. •Gone on a place we’ve never been;
•Trekked and hiked the rice terraces of Batad;
•Top load on a jeepney from Banaue to somewhere in Ifugao (i don’t remember where it was sa sobrang antok hahaha), all these and more made our visit to Ifugao an unforgettable one.
Coz all you have to do is to BE BRAVE . TAKE RISKS... because nothing can substitute EXPERIENCE.💪🏻 #angelinegoesplaces#pinasmuna#travelph#exploreph#traveltoifugao
Somewhere between Sta. Josefa, Agusan del Sur and Monkayo, Compostela Valley.
3hrs bus ride from ComVal's provincial capitol town to Sta. Josefa. Then an hour habal2 ride to get to Awao Falls.
We had nearly 20mins stop at this area as our habal2 driver had to fix something. And I was worried that we'll be stuck and not to reach our destination. So to redirect my worries, pictorial is the answer. Lol
They say, "Seize the moment". And so we did! Hahaha