On our first night, after the SUMAGING cave experience, I was smoking in the balcony of Sagada Guest House when I chance to meet 4 Korean students from Subic.
We started with chitchats then I realized they are clueless as to where to go. So I asked them to join us in our trek the next day which they delightfully accepted. Destination---BOMOD-ok Falls.
We hired a jeepney for 600php. ( I advise that you get one, the hike down and back from the set-off points is enough to kill you.hehe) We climbed up the jeepney and really got to enjoy the view and the fresh morning air from top.
There are 2 drop off points Banga-an and Aguid. We took Banga-an on our way down....some wonderful views during the hike....[[on the way down]]
the famous Bomod-ok Falls. Good thing it rained for 3 consecutive nights prior to our visit. Last time I hear, there's almost no water left to fall. The down part, the water was a bit muddy so twas not a good time to take a dip.
We fancied on the big rocks instead as our guide Aps maneuvered into them so as to take good shots. Again, look at the people in the picture above to get a rough estimate of how tall this waterfalls is.....
pahirapan umakyat dyan sa mga malalaking batong yan.....
the other village.....AGUID and their rice terraces.
The climb up has proven to be more challenging, good cool air occasionally blows, fills your lungs and reaches your soul.naks