The next day it was time to explore the village. I went up to the museum where you have to find the man with the key to open the museum for you. The entrance fee is very moderate for us – something like a small beer in the restaurant. Which is a lot of money here – hmmm. There is not too much to see – tools, cloths, wood carvings and a lot of information about the last days of the Japanese occupation at the end of the second world war. If you have the time – you should take a look.
The museum is up the road from the tourist office towards the Banaue View Point and Hapao Rice Terraces. Here is a link to a map of the region.
View from the museum down toward the main square of Banaue. This is where all the Jeepneys leave as well.
Now you know!
If they ever have an earthquake you can imagine what to expect!
Local gas station
Than it started to rain and i walked back to Randy’s place.