"Thank You, God, that I don't have to control or fix or plan or stress or fear or doubt or even wonder how it's all going to work out, because You are in the driver's seat on this beautiful journey we are on. Even when I have no idea where we're going or how we're going to get there, You always do." ©Beautiful Uncertainty by Mandy Hale
We have different reasons why we travel to see places and here's mine.
1. To explore the beautiful arts by our Creator.
2. To breathe out our stress and escape from busy city even for a while.
3. To reconnect with God. Talking to Him when in nature.
At one of the stop over, we talked the bus driver if we can stop at Halsema (highest highway/point in the Philippines) for a quick picture taking since we're first timers. Chos! Haha. Thank God he pulled over and tada! It was a 3-minute experience yet a lifetime happiness!
View along the road
SAGGAS other group of tour guides
Briefing with our guides
waiting for the sunrise
“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” ― John Muir
My breakfast at Bana's Cafe
Finally we arrived... traffic in the trail
Colorful Murals in La Trinidad Benguet
Baguio is a busy city nowadays, it's an entry/exit point going to/from Kalinga, Mountain Province, Banaue and nearby provinces. Their colorful murals is becoming popular and ofcourse we will not let this trip ends without taking photos.
Thanks to the Coordinator of this project, Mrs. Gloria Agasen for the information and letting us know the right spot for the picture taking. Mabuhay po kayo!
Pink Sisters Convent
Guest Writer: Maryang Laagan
How to get there: Sagada
Option 1: Ride a bus directly to Sagada
277 E Rodriguez SR. Avenue
Proceed between TUA and Shakey’s
0927 559 2197/ 0929 521 3229
Option 2: Ride a bus going to Baguio like Genesis Victory and Dagupan Bus Line
then from Baguio ride a taxi then inform the driver drop you in Dangwa Terminal
(GLTrans) Or Slaughter house (Lizardo Trans) going to Sagada