is the worthwhile destination. . . The
way to-and-fro Sagada is the travel-adventure. . . a changing and
serendipitous collage of mountain ranges and rice terraces, with
the unpredictable wardrobe of clouds, mist, fog and rains that drapes
the landscape, ephemeral and mystical. . . . Then, there are the
endless winding roads carved on mountainsides with rock faces punctuated
with waterfalls, and jeepneys suddenly appearing from the around
the bends, top-loaded with passengers al fresco. . . .