A nice half day or even day trip is a walk up to the Banaue Viewpoint. Pass the tourist office and the museum and keep walking up the mountain. You pass a lot of houses and see how the locals do their local things. Most of the small factories are right next to the house. They produce bricks, handicraft, lots of carpenters, car wash stations or mechanics. There are enough shops in case you need to hydrate.
There is a construction site on the other end of the valley. The cables are part of a cable car to bring the building material over there.
The same with this construction site
He did stop me at a store and we walked together up to his house. Now i need to send the picture to him.
The little village on the left up on the hill is the actual Banaue Viewpoint. Lots of souvenier stands and a few restaurants.
The view back to Banaue
A traditional Ifugao house and the modern version in front of it.
The view from the Banaue Viewpoint
Rice before it gets planted in the fields.