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We met our local guide for the Batad Rice Terraces there – a cool guy about our age who was both knowledgeable and fun to hang out with.

These rice terraces are some of the oldest in the world (dating back over 2000 years) and have an incredibly steep structure given the topography in the Philippine Cordillera.

There are still active farming villages nestled into the rice terraces – often in spectacular settings like the town of Bay-yo, Bontoc (below) perched in a hanging valley above a deep river gorge.

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This meal was the perfect conclusion to our time on Luzon Island – an amazing place to experience the Philippines incredible culture, landscapes and food!

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Learning more about Rizal and his impact on Filipino history was very interesting given our home in Beacon Hill, Seattle has a large Filipino community and cultural heritage.

We treated ourselves to a delicious dinner at an upscale new restaurant called Toyo Eatery that evening; the 12 course meal featured many classic Pinoy dishes and ingredients – the highlight was Milk Fish served two ways – the fillet was perfectly flaky and the belly meat literally melted in your mouth.

We arrived in Manila very late (2 AM) and luckily had no issues finding and checking into our airport hotel.

We only had one day in Manila before heading North to the Batad Rice Terraces, and spent our time running errands, wandering around the trendy Poblacion Neighborhood, enjoying local art at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila and a wonderful foodie dinner of Filipino food at Sarsa.

It used to be quite a trek into the Batad terraces, however, a newly built road means you only have to walk about 20 min each way into the village.

Our first views of the rice terraces as we walked into the town were stunning!

The Pancit Bihon was the best we had in the Philippines!

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