Centuries-old beauty of Batad Rice Terraces
Overwhelmed that I was able to go to another dream destination of mine, first was El Nido of last year, I am out of words on how I should start my Banaue-Batad posts. I think I should give you a quick background when I was still a student in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental. I've never had an idea that I would be able to travel after I graduated, back then those picturesque photos in our history textbooks were just my dream destinations. I do not have the luxury to spend another peso aside from my school-student assistant-tutor sideline-assignments/projects/studying regime 'coz I needed to maintain grades for the scholarships.
I also have a motion sickness, so I hated buses and all those transportation with strong smell of air fresheners. It was later when I had a job that I started to go to places and when I met these group of travel bloggers, I learned that you could actually travel maximizing the places to visit and resources that you have. I am still struggling up to this day on how to avoid motion sickness on travels like bringing some head wear for nose protection and efficascent oil so I won't smell the fresheners.
Majestic Batad Rice Terraces
So, here I was last April 6. Finally stepping the land of Banaue, where I learned back in grade school to be the land of rice terraces. IT WAS BREATHTAKING! All the butt-numbing ride and trek was so worth it!
Keep posted for more about my trip in Ifugao.
This trip was made possible by Trail Adventours, to know more about their different mountain adventures visit their website: www.trailadventours.com or facebook page: Trail Adventours.