Nov 29, 2009

MUST DO IN SAGADA

Sunday, November 29, 2009

To find the universal elements enough;To find the air and the water exhilarating;To be refreshed by a morning walk or an evening saunter;To be thrilled by the stars at night;To be elated over a bird's nest or a wildflower in spring;These are some of the rewards of a simple life.... - John Burroughs


- sit down, relax and commune with nature, smell the scent of the pine trees, feel the cold weather and watch the leaves as they fall. these are the best moments of my sagada trip.
- have a gastronomic adventure, a lot of good eating places abound Sagada. check out yoghurt house, lemon pie house, log cabin, banas cafe etc.... 

 


- an itinerary will be helpful but not a must. strictly conforming to your schedule and doing so many activities in such limited time might just ruin the fun. SAGADA is always worthy of your next visit.









- hire a tour guide - its a must! and try not to haggle their price - they will be your tour guide, your photographer, your stepper, your ladder, your savior and your friend all rolled into one. they are deserving of every cent you pay them. benjch is our man, check him out at this site...



- to fully survived sagada, do the caving activity and go down to the bottom where the freezing water flows or if you're looking for more challenge do the cave connection - after that you will definitely shout " I Survived Sagada"




- mingle with the locals, and learn about their history and their culture.....
 

-stay at George Guest House penthouse rooms, they offer a fantastic view where mornings are perfect and night times very romantic....





- try to do cardio exercises before hitting Sagada. there will be a lot of uphill walk that will leave you gasping for oxygen most of the time but you dont need to be athletic to enjoy Sagada, sometimes being a damsel in distress has its own perks - believe me when i say this! :D





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Occassional blogger, photography enthusiast, apparel designer, engineer and a big believer of God. In my spare time I love to create DIY projects or chase the bliss of solitude, sipping a cup of nicely brewed coffee, munching some yummy cookies while reading a good book in a new place with an awesome view.

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