Maligcong Rice Terraces

Notes by yeyette on Tuesday, December 5th, 2017 under Luzon
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From Bontoc, you can ride a jeepney to Maligcong for around 30 minutes for only Php20.00. We stayed at Suzette’s Homestay. Look for the signage on the left side facing the road or better yet ask the barker or driver to stop at Suzette’s Homestay.

suzette's homestay maligcong

We took a room for 4 for only Php350 per person per night.

After settling our things, we went outside to see the surrounding.


old motorcycle

Old motorcycle

Colourful door.

An old volks.

A new found friend.

We went down and saw the jeepney terminal just a few minutes walk from the homestay. You can ask the people around on how to go to the terraces.

I don’t know what is this but found it in a stagnant water in an empty rice terrace.

Don Procopio (my brother), looking at “his” rice terraces. Sorry bro, you only have two rice terraces planted and it’s not ready yet.

Hey bro, why don’t you help him?

Fixing his rice terrace.

This is how they made it. Dug, put some stone, then soil, then water.

Brother talking to this 86 year old grandma!

It’s a vast rice terraces.

“Emancipate yourself from mental slavery,
None but ourselves can free our minds.”

“Tsk, el niño na, unsaon nalang ang laag nako, wala pay ma-harvest. (Tsk, tagtuyot. Paano na kaya ang ibang gala ko? Wala pang harvest.)”

When your brother think how to fund his next travel.

When your brother think how to fund his next travel.

Andree’s happiness is contagious!

It’s their way of life. Strong, healthy, and happy!

Kids going out from school. Time to play!

Four ladies and their bonnet & scarf.

Yung isa mo pang kapatid na may sariling mundo, haha.

Younger brother and his own world.

Younger brother and his own world.

Such a happy yogist!



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