Sagada Experience 1: Walking Your Feet Off
The view was spectacular, the water was fresh and cold but the destination was really far. The distance of the small falls from where we stayed,St. Joseph
’s Resthouse, was an hour walk while the difference between the big falls and the small falls is a three hour trek.
I happily brought two sets of slippers with me, one was for walking and the other was my brown Havaianas (pang-porma).
We walked to the falls because we were “ON A BUDGET” tour. Halfway to the Bokong falls, Rommel said, “Ay! Di ko pala Havaianas ‘to!”
It was mine: Wala akong nagawa. Ayun napudpod!