Step-by-step Guide in Booking a Budget Sagada Hotel Using the Traveloka App

Using Traveloka App to book hotels in Sagada
Using Traveloka App to book hotels in Sagada

Sagada has enthralled travelers both local and foreign. It’s a shangri-la 5,000 meters above sea level located in the Mountain Province. Stunning limestones, breathtaking sunrises with sea of clouds, captivating cave formations and cool nature walks are some of its main attractions. To enjoy Sagada, one has to endure at least 12 hours of travel. Long travel can be taxing so it’s smart to book an accommodation already as not to unnecessarily wander around to look for on. Traveloka App makes it easy to book hotels in Sagada ahead of time.

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Bontoc | Follow the River Hike from Caneo to Tocucan Trail

Caneo to Tocucan Trail
Caneo to Tocucan Trail

I must admit. The urge to cover as much places as I can when traveling has lost its zing. New places still fascinate me but beyond the established tourist spots. Lately I have been visiting Bontoc, Mountain Province a lot. I’m still enticed to explore deeper into the area. My recent visit finds me hiking the Caneo to Tocucan Trail. Villages off the radar to most people since they are located in valleys tucked deep in the mountains. It was an idea thrown to us by our friend Suzzette which we gladly obliged as I was also looking for good suppliers for some native weaving.

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Top 10 Best Non-trivial Places to Visit

Iceland
Iceland

The greatest megalopolises, the most famous showplaces, the brightest cities of the biggest countries… Aren’t they the places you’ve ever dreamed about? We all desire to travel and visit as many terrific sites as we can. When it comes to deciding where to go, we chose the most popular destinations: Paris, Barcelona, Los Angeles, Berlin, Beijing, Jerusalem and other big cities. These capitals are definitely worth seeing for every person on a planet.

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5 Family-friendly places to visit in Hong Kong with Kids

Hong Kong Disneyland
Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong’s reputation for being a bustling city can be daunting for those traveling with kids. Attempting to hold your child’s hand or push a stroller through a crowded narrow road is already quite stressful, but here are some places that are kids friendly and fun for the whole family!

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Visa on Arrival – best way if traveling to Vietnam by air

Visit on Arrival Vietnam
Visit on Arrival Vietnam

Vietnam is so beautiful that every one wishes to come back after their first time there. It is so attractive with magnificent landscapes, delicious food, and it is even more attractive with open visa policy. In case you are not eligible for visa exemption or e-visa to Vietnam, then Vietnam visa on arrival is the best way if you travel to Vietnam by air.

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7 Top Philippine Destinations for Groups or Family travels

Paoay Church Ilocos Norte
Paoay Church Ilocos Norte

Traveling opens to us new horizons. We acquire new experiences and knowledge through traveling. We also create precious memories with our loved ones in our travels together with them. Travelling has become a favorite activity by families and circles of friends especially now when it has become accessible. Everyone is coming to realize that travel does need to be a luxury. It could be afforded according to one’s budget.

Today, we prepared the top travel packages to all locations in the country which would not hurt your pockets. This article will help you choose and prepare for your next barkada or family getaway.

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Bontoc | Caneo Weaving Wonders

Auntie Benita showing us her finished Caneo weaving
Auntie Benita showing us her finished Caneo weaving

“Tig tig tak! Tig tig tak!” I hear the sound of the loom beaters colliding. Creating a rhythmic beat as a weave of pattern slowly forms. I watch Auntie Benita busy with her loom at the balcony of her house overlooking the roof of her neighbors along with the high mountains hugging their village of Caneo (sometimes Can-eo). Her ever watchful grand daughter Shakira stays by her side. Observing how she skillfully coordinates her motions, from pedaling the treadles to shuffling the shuttle between the threads. Much like Shakira, Benita learned how to weave watching her mother as she grows up. Traditional Caneo weaving, which they call Tilar, is very much alive in this remote village.

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