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The Fruit of the Spirit (MAYOYOA, IFUGAO: Bible NT)


Galatians (Galatia) 5:22-23

22 Muti hay hato hini pfungan ni Espiritu Santo an gwa ay ni ohan takhu. Gway pamhod na, mun-an-anla, malenong chi nomnom na, na-anuh, ja magmakhohkhoh. 23 more words


Banaue, Ifugao: Banaue Rice Terraces

When we planned our trip last February, we thought of including Banaue Rice Terraces in our itinerary enroute to Sagada. Tagged as one of the Seven Wonders of the World before and now being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this usually graces Filipino school textbooks. 295 more words

Tourist Spot

The eighth wonder of the world: Batad rice terraces

After three full days in Sagada, we continued our trip to Banaue, the most famous and touristic place in the mountains. The town itself is not attractive but serves as a starting point for countless hikes through mountainous rice terraces, counted as UNESCO world heritage. 186 more words


Expedition to the Cordillera Central: Sagada

Two weeks ago, my mum came to see me in the Philippines and we spent one full week traveling to Luzon’s beautiful Cordillera Central. This mountain range is known as a paradise for hikers and all of those who wanna escape the hot summer months in the rest of the Philippines. 589 more words


A Glimpse of the Banaue Rice Terraces

Finally, I’ve ticked off one of my childhood bucket list!

Philippine landmarks are well known even before the Digital Era. Through books during grade school, tourist spots— like Mayon Volcano, Chocolate Hills, Hundred Islands, and Banaue Rice Terraces—were desired destinations of every kid, including me.

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Penman No. 294: From Bach to Baleh

Penman for Monday, March 19, 2018

SOMETIME LAST year, I reported on the opening of the new Museo Kordilyera at the University of the Philippines Baguio (UPB), and predicted that it was going to become one of the new “must-sees” for the culturally savvy Baguio visitor, alongside such landmarks as the Bencab Museum. 795 more words

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