Wild fire murmurs: Since its not election time, there won’t be blatant electoral campaigns for sure. And there won’t be funds from the industrial wind farm corporation that would make the town hall their extension office, don’t you think? How about the SMART singing contest where you make the kids pay first before you let them join the contest?
It is common for those who are staying in Sagada to celebrate New year’s Day by going to Danum for an extended family picnic. Did you go to Danum today?
Sagada may be known for its hanging coffins. But this practice is not unique to the i-Sagada.
A Google I/O Extended viewing party was held in Sagada last May 15, 2013. The activity will culminate with a jeepney roadtrip to Cervantes, Ilocos Sur.
Etag or not?
Well, sort of. Just a draft.
For revision. Here you go: Sagada Tour Guide
Sagada All Souls’ Eve 2010
Like will-o-the-wisp. Elders pass by the village at five in the morning, their torch leaving a trail of flame. The sound of the ceremonial shield being struck wakes sleepy heads to a cold morning. The Begnas ends and the community shifts their focus on All Souls’ Eve preparation.
Sagada Halloween 2010
Provincial 2010 Culture and Arts Festival in Sagada
St. Mary’s School, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines
21 October 2010 3:05pm more photos »