Sagada (Day 2)
This is a way overdue post. I’ll not write much about it, just a bit of intro. I’ll let the photos take you to Sagada.
Day 2 was filled with activities that my legs were screaming in pain, but it didn’t stop me from exploring and getting to know Sagada better.
Watched the famous Sagada sunrise at Kiltepan view point. There were lots of people as it was the long weekend, but the view was breathtaking!
We were supposed to do spelunking (aka caving), but the cave has already reached maximum capacity. So instead of spelunking, we had a walking tour instead.
We just went around Sagada Cemetery (not where the hanging coffins are, we decided to pass and just eat), Echo Valley and then The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary the Virgin. We also passed by Sagada market and Bana’s Cafe to buy Sagada coffee for pasalubong.
We had yogurt at Yoghurt House, before having lunch. The photos are on my Instagram (@gelalex), you can check it out there instead.
After lunch, we were set to go caving. I was not ready to do cave connection, so me and my roommate both agreed to just visit Lumiang cave. That didn’t really happen, because of “peer pressure” we ended up going to Sumaguing cave for the start of cave connection. We were inside the cave for more or less 6 hours. I was a bit becoming paranoid because I didn’t know what was happening outside. But all of us got out safe, dirty, and hungry.
Not much photos as we were busy making sure that we get out of the cave unscathed.
Had a bit of drink after dinner with the coordinators and fellow travelers. Then off to dreamland!