Detours and Connecting Trips

Bontoc Rice Terraces

The next day, we woke up early for this.

I felt I was ripped-off, haha! The sun hid like it knows there were lots of people waiting for it to showcase its golden shine. Gumising pa naman kami ng 4am at nag-rent ng jeep, tapos di magpapakita ang araw.

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From Kiltepan, we went back to the inn for breakfast, then packed our stuff and headed to the lowlands at 10am. Karen, Diana, Kuya Rex and I planned to drop by Baguio City before going back to Manila while the rest opted to take the route to Bontoc down to Manila. But all the trips were full until 3pm, and Karen had work at 5am the next day, so we decided to go with the people taking the Bontoc option. At least, na-experience ko na mag-topload from Sagada. Scarybells pero keri. Maalikabot pero ang ganda naman ng view, breakeven. :)

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We found out that the only trip to Manila went to get passengers in Sagada and when it arrived in Bontoc, there were only 4 seats left, we’re 7 so we opted to take a trip to Baguio instead where there are more buses going down Manila. Technically, we just had lunch in Bontoc (Stacey’s). Muntik pa kaming maiwan ng bus.

We later discovered na magkasunod lang yung bus naming nila Diana, sa Lizardo sila at Rising Sun naman kami. We’re just a stop-over ahead kasi once na paalis na yung bus namin, nagpapa-park naman yung bus nila.

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Nasa Baguio na rin lang kami, eh di chow na! Marami naman kasing biyahe ang Genesis. Punong-puno ang 50s Diner, daming galing Sagada tulad namin. Yun nga lang, nawalan ng wallet si Shyne na nalaman na lang namin nung paalis na. :/

Otherwise, another bunch experience to keep. Too many fun memories actually. Kaya maganda, choose your company well when travelling, tulad ng mga taong ‘to. No dull moments. Till the next travel. :)

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