philippines tourist spots
Excerpt from http://www.tourism.gov.ph/
Banaue of Painterly Dreams
Because of its high altitude, Banaue is often described as "where land merges with the clouds to meet the heavens" with the rice terraces as "the stairway to the sky."
Banaue is a place for nature adventures and cultural immersion. Days are for indulging in such activities as strolling, biking, and trekking. Evenings are for campfire chats at a village or warm indoor cosseting at the lodges and inns.
A leading tourism destination in Asia, the Banaue rice terraces start from the base of the Cordilleras and reach up to several thousand feet high. Its length, if stretched from end to end, could encircle half of the globe.
The rice paddies are fed by mountain springs and streams that are channeled into an irrigation canal that runs downhill through the terraces.
In the village of Batad, the terraces take the shape of an amphitheater and can be reached by a 12-kilometer ride f...
Never I imagine that I would end up living here in Pagadian City. I was born in Cebu City but had grown at City of gentle people Dumaguete City. I just end up living here because of my wife lived here. We moved here last year February I guessed. We are now residing at my wife's place Tawagan Norte, Labangan. At first, I had a hard time adjusting since we are a bit far in Pagadian City and the barangay road here is so bumpy and had lots of holes because of the huge tracks pass here to quarry sand and gravel. We had no faucet here. We only used well for our water. see below baby Carly fetching water from the well.
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Baby Carly fetching water in the well[/caption]
Pagadian City looks like a town, not a City the malls are small buildings. There is the Gaisano and C3 mall. We usually do our grocery at small Robinson grocery mart below C3 mall since it is clean compared to the Gaisano grocery.