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  1. thumbs up for this article! Having worked “behind the scenes”, I bet mas interesting si Mr. Aguian than other celebrities out there πŸ™‚ Priceless ang makilala ang mga taong tulad nila

    • You work pala “behind the scenes”. coool! πŸ™‚
      Yup! I find people like Mr. Aguian to be much cooler than celebrities because I learn the culture, history and problems of the local people and environment.

    • San ba galing yang Aguid na yan? May naaalala rin akong Aguid dun sa trip natin pero hindi ko alam kung pangalan ng tao, lugar, hayop o bagay. ❓

  2. amihan

    Ò€œO sige po, basta papicture tayo.Ò€ I was planning to get his picture and report him to the tourism office.” — tsk, tsk sobra.

    • Thanks for reading from start to finish.
      Yup! It was truly a humbling experience. Sana mameet mo siya when you get to Banaue. Madalas daw siya sa viewdeck according to my friend, amihan. πŸ™‚

    • Hi Rizza. Thanks for visiting my blog and it was nice to meet you yesterday. πŸ™‚
      Sure you can! Thanks πŸ˜‰

  3. we have also a view deck here in bukidnon. hindi lang rice terraces. magandang idea na ipangalan sa isang legendary people, owner of the land. Josiah, you gave an idea on this one. I will suggest this one to the people of DPWH. Ang sa amin dito, DPWH View Deck. Ang sagwa. Bakit? hmmmmmm. secret. hehehe.:-).

    • Taga-Bukidnon ka pala. Swerte! Ngayon ko lang din na-realize na mas-ok nga ang pangalan ng may-ari or isang legendary na tao na related sa viewpoint. It gives a snippet of the history and culture of the place. πŸ™‚

    • Aww… I hope to know from your blog how you were bamboozled in Banaue so we can avoid such an experience. 😐

  4. wow! it was really a priceless experience. I thought that Banaue Rice Terraces is overrated that’s why I didnt even pay much attention to go there. But because of the unexpected landslides in Benguet and Baguio, My way back from Sagada to baguio was re-routed to Sagada-Bontoc-Banaue, and I was really speechless when I had the glimpse of the majestic rice terraces. And guess what, Im planning my trip there.

  5. Arjoy

    what an experience! would like to commend you also for having a very informative and interesting blogs. hope u would always update your website each time you visit a place in pinas. great pictures too!

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