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Sneak Peek: Sagada Mini-Adventure series

My first time to reach the rugged landscape of Mt. Province proved to be a worthwhile getaway last All Soul’s Day weekend. Most of the plans were jeopardized due to the recent rage of the typhoon so we crossed out the Batad trip and decided to maximize our stay in Sagada.

Unfortunately, my supposed-to-be 5-day itinerary was cut short to 3 days because no trips to Baguio will push through on the 1st of November.

Nevertheless, anything spontaneous is fun, and I can say I really enjoyed my stay there. I was too lazy to start this entry that’s why it got a little bit delayed. Probably after a few days the series will be complete. 😀

The (ipinagpupumilit) 1-hr toploading experience in Baguio-Sagada road. (Masabi lang na nagtopload, haha)

The climb. This deserves a decent picture, but meh my lulz face made it better, yes?

Since my companions who are leaving early should enjoy everything that we could probably take, we resorted to food. I think the bulk of my expenses in this trip went to food. Haha!

Kiltepan Sunrise without the Sun, but still, a really memorable experience! (note, i Really love this photo)

The 5-hr deprivation of sunlight and spelunking inside the Lumiang-Sumaguing cave. Don’t get me wrong! I really enjoyed inside and this is one of the highlights of my trip, if you ignore the meh face i placed there.

An unexpected hiking adventure to the echo valley and hanging coffins. We thought it will just be a “tour the city” walk. But noooooooo!

Who doesn’t want to get his/her picture taken? I placed all the group photos, photoshoots and behind the scenes here.

Here goes the archive of my favorite photos from the trip.

Stay tuned!

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About Peculiarhours

Byron is a 20-year old photo hobbyist who still shoots film. He likes spontaneity, traditional art, good food and reaching new places.

Discussion

20 thoughts on “Sneak Peek: Sagada Mini-Adventure series

  1. nainggit daw ako bigla sa adventures nyo…

    Posted by juanderfulpinoy | November 13, 2011, 3:33 pm
  2. Awesome photos as always! Huhu Byron gusto ko rin makasama minsan sa mga ganito but I haz no friends to go with :(((((( HAHAHA PAAWA EFFECT

    Posted by Allie Principe | November 13, 2011, 6:23 pm
  3. UY! Bagay sayo yung emoticon na face! Hahahaha.

    Bakit iba yung photo sa main page at wala siya dito? Ang ganda ng kuha mo dun.

    Nakakainggit lahat na kayo nag-umpisa na sa Sagada series. Parang nakakasuya na tuloy mag-blog about it. Char. Hahahaha.

    Posted by Robbie | November 13, 2011, 7:29 pm
  4. Isama mo naman kami next time. hehe

    Posted by Louie Sacdalan | November 13, 2011, 7:47 pm
  5. naks may mga post na agad sila..hahaha!

    “Tour the city” walk!!??? trek pala sa Ecjo Valley at Hanging coffins..hahaha!

    napagod ba kayo?hahah

    Posted by darwin | November 13, 2011, 8:50 pm
  6. naks naman.. umiisnik-pik.. haha..

    @Robbie, tapusin na din ang mga backlog! go Sagada!

    Posted by Batang Lakwatsero | November 13, 2011, 9:07 pm
  7. why the smileys to cover your handsome face? 🙂
    nice photos, and experience. btw, i heard there was a trip at 5:30AM Nov1. but it was a “tsamba/chance trip” as the bus wanted to go back to Baguio to fetch some turistas.
    we’ll have more of these group trips later. 😀 happy journeying & photo-“getting”!

    Posted by Heiz | November 13, 2011, 10:10 pm
  8. “Anything spontaneous is fun.” – AMEN! Natawa ako sa meh faces pero sana pinakita mo naman sa min ng mas maraming beses ang iyong wonderful face. Charlotte!

    Posted by aylablahs | November 14, 2011, 1:52 am
  9. ito na ba result ng film? ayos ah! hehe let the Sagada series begin

    Posted by jerome | November 14, 2011, 7:47 am
  10. Let’s go to Gallera na I’m so excited and ingget sa post na to pfft!

    Posted by Cheska M | November 16, 2011, 3:41 am

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