I unearthed some photographs of Sagada tonight. Unfortunately, saved for my second trip to this nippy mountain place in November 2007, I don’t have anymore decent copies of all of my other Sagada travels. I have some of those photographs posted on my Multiply account but the quality is not just good enough for this site, so I am just indulging with whatever I have at the moment. 🙂
It was really cold in Sagada when we visited.
But that didn’t stop us from exploring the place.
The scent of pine trees was refreshing. It was sunny and windy at the same time.
This kid warmly welcomed us.
And we were toured around by these two lovely girls. They must be in their teens now.
I remember the local market bursting with fresh produce.
It was a busy day.
We met this boy who took us to the Sagada Weaving shop, known for their bags (the one I was using here).
We initially stayed at a friend’s place but after accidentally discovering Rock Inn and Cafe, we decided to stay here for a night.
We waited for the sunrise in Kiltepan.
When the clouds parted and the fog disappeared, we were rewarded with this view.
We trekked to Bokong Falls, Sagada’s Small Falls, and took a dip even when it was biting cold.
For souvenirs, we went to a local pottery house.
We also went orange-picking, dropped by the French baker’s house, had our pictures taken with poinsettias that were in fiery red that time, and just walked around town until our feet hurt. We were here just three weeks back where we did all the possible quintessential things to experience in Sagada so this trip was really just about relaxing.
I wonder what’s my next Sagada trip will be like. 🙂
Love and light, everyone. Go, juanderlust! 🙂
- Sagada Dreaming (ameramor.com)