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The Rice Terraces of Banaue

Last summer, Lila and I visited the Cordilleras, the mountain range in northern Luzon Island that is still largely inhabited by indigenous peoples.
We were headed for Sagada, where we saw little due to a poorly-timed typhoon.
But in Banaue, site of the World-Heritage rice terraces, we got an eyeful.
This post and next I'll show you a couple of things we saw. Mostly the pictures will do the talking.
This time, the land:
The view from our hotel room
A church in the fields
What it's all about: planting rice in a terraced field

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