After our belly-busting lunch, we walked around a bit and saw this yellow church called San Pablo Chapel. This church was built by the American Episcopalian missionaries who were also the ones who developed the town of Sagada and also built a church there called Church Of St. Mary The Virgin. Read more at: www.girlandboything.com/places-to-go/visiting-the-church-of-st-mary-the-virgin-in-sagada/
People were really nice there. Chatting with us while chewing “Nganga”. They say it’s very good for your teeth, making it more clean and strong. Was curious to try it but I did not.
Life is simple there in Bayyo. It also became diversified. The population in Brgy. Bayyo is not just solely local Igorots, some are not even locally raised there and came from Metro Manila and then transferred there for good with the reason that they love the simple life in Bayyo.
If you are planning on your next trip, don’t forget to include and drop by Bayyo Rice Terraces.
HOW TO GET THERE?
1. Ride the Bontoc-Banaue(route) PUJ which you will find at the parking area beside the Bontoc Town Hall.
2. Tell the driver to drop you off to Bayyo Rice Terraces.