Banaue Rice Terraces not planted yet due to dry season.

I have posted this picture in the website I got tempted to repost this in my own website because I have not written yet a blog about the Philippines. I travelled to Banaue last summer together with my wife and kids (I really love to travel with my family). It was not a plan for me to go there but because my wife went home to her native Province in Isabela to accompany her grandmother who was going to visit the other family members, I told my wife to go to Banaue Rice Terraces. I am pretty sure that most us Filipinos knew already about Banaue Rice Terraces. This wonder of the world, made our ancestors known for being great engineers. I want to tell you on how to go there via Isabela. I am sorry to say that I cannot tell you how to travel direct to Banaue as this is my experience in going there. If you are going to travel from Manila you can take a bus to Santiago, Isabela and take another bus or a minivan to Banaue. That how easy it is. The other picture below is another breath-taking scenery along the road to Banaue. I really asked the driver of our service van to stop so that I can take the picture. The landscape really invited my eyes to put this in picture.

Approaching Lagawe, Ifugao

Approaching Lagawe, Ifugao

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