Like four years late. Just came back to this page after a looooong lull. Between my last post and today, there’d been at least a couple of life-changing events and had no choice but abandon this blog for a while. But don’t you worry, I will be updating this page more often and share with you a bit about those happenstances as we go along.
This is a four year old draft that I didn’t get to publish, obviously. And I have gone back to Sagada 3-4 more times after December 2014 and the charm just doesn’t fade. If anything, you just keep falling deeply in love and into its arms everytime you see it.
I’m sharing photos of the wonderful scenery and gastronomic delights Sagada has to offer. Truly a balm for the tired urbanite’s spirit. Enjoy!
There are no hotels or opulent mountain resorts in Sagada like Tagaytay or Baguio do. But we did stay at a pretty spartan but well-maintained homestay with basic requirements and most importantly for me, spanking clean. If that sounds good to you, check out the details below:
The Killip House
c/o Nanay Anding Ticdo