Banaue in pictures … not much needs to be said!

Getting to Banaue is easy … it is tourist friendly, easy on the eyes and easy on the budget. Nothing really to write on it – aside from … if you’re in the Philippines and you miss it, then you need to re-evaluate your priorities.

Definitely getting up with the rice terraces in your view every morning isn’t the world’s worst way to wake up in the morning.

Rainy or sunny, it will make a good picture – just a matter of what character you want your pictures to have from the Banaue viewpoint.

Another marvel is to think about the natural irrigation system devised 2000+ yrs ago and the subsistence farming that has existed for 1000’s of years, until tourism came and sure you know that there will be an inexorable decline in the terraces – so go see them now.

Definitely an easy picture to take … no skill required.

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About Rishiray

Rishi Sankar is a Cloud HRMS Project Manager/ Solution Architect. Over the past 15+ years, he has managed to combine his overwhelming wanderlust with a desire to stay employed, resulting in continuing stints with 3 major consulting firms (IBM, Deloitte, Accenture). He documents his adventures around the world on "Ah Trini Travelogue" with pictures and stories from the road/tuk-tuk/camel/rickshaw. You can follow him on Twitter at @rishiray and on Facebook at "Ah Trini Travelogue . He doesn't like Chicken Curry but loves Curry Chicken and is always trying to find the perfect Trinidadian roti on the road. He also doesn't like cheese and kittens ... and definitely not together. E-mail from his blog is appreciated like a 35 yr old Balvenie at

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