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Village Snapshots: Cambulo

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After about 1.5 hours of trekking from Batad village, the destination village of Cambulo is now visible from this spot. See those white specks in the slopes? That's the destination on foot.

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Traditional Ifugao shelters in Cambulo village

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Another Ifugao wooden house with thatched roof

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Foot bridge within the village

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A closer look of the foot bridge

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Ifugao child sitting on the doorstep of his traditional house

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Galvanized iron roof instead of thatched roof. Most houses have evolved

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Modern shelters made from hollow blocks with galvanized iron roof

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A Philippine playground is never complete without a basketball court, even in a mountain school

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Students trooping back inside the classrooms after recess

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Christian assimilation of the village

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Brick Beauty

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Tumauini Church with two passing tricycles

Our Lady of Atocha Church

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All Spanish period churches I’ve seen (three of them) in Isabela were built from bricks like this one in Alicia town

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A relatively small side door.

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The lady at the courtyard.

Sagñay Church

Sight of the facade was forlorn and shadowy on that rainy and cloudy afternoon.

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Leaning Belfry

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Bombon Church and its leaning bell tower

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