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The Armor of God (ANTIPOLO IFUGAO: Bible)


Ephesians 6:10-18

10 Ya manggillig ni e-helen ku, ey idinel yu hi Apu tayu e hi Jesus et ya et-eteng ni kabaelan tun memaddang ni hi-gayu ma-lat maihammad hu yuka pengullug ni hi-gatu. 284 more words


The Lord is my Shepherd (ANTIPOLO IFUGAO: Bible)


Psalms 23

1 Hi Apu Dios hu kamei-ellig ni kamengipattul ni hi-gak, mukun endi nakka pangkullangid mahapul ku.

2 Tuwak kaippangulud kad-an ni kayyaggud ni pattulan niyad kad-an ni meli-neng ni danum. 104 more words


Roaming around downtown Banaue

After our scenic stop at the Rice Terraces Viewpoint, we went downtown and roamed around while waiting for our bus going home. We first visited Banaue Museum but unfortunately it was close that time. 52 more words


The Ifugaos of Ifugao

At the Banaue Rice Terraces viewpoint, there is a native tribe dressed in their local costume ready to post for photo ops.

The ethnic group is called “Ifugaos” and is said to be different with the Igorots. 36 more words


Baguio City: My Second Home

Baguio City has become sort of a second home to me. Since I was a child, my parents would my siblings and I to Baguio. There were the typical places to visit: Camp John Hay, the Mines View Park, and even the PMA (Philippine Military Academy). 933 more words


Banaue Rice Terraces

Ifugao is famous for its Rice Terraces, particularly the one located in Banaue.

Referred as the “8th wonder of the world” by Filipinos, Banaue Rice Terraces was declared a National Cultural Treasure by the Philippine Government. 32 more words


Banaue Rice Terraces from the Viewpoint

Ang Hagdan-Hagdang Palayan or Banaue Rice Terraces is one of the eight wonders of the world. Built 2,000 years ago by the Ifugao people. There are various terraces along Banaue and there are viewing decks along the road to see the fascinating beauty of the terraces. 75 more words