Tour Guide: Good Morning my dear tourists. I am Louraine, your tour guide for today. I am willing to guide and to assist you. So my dear tourists, How are you?
Tour Guide: Oh that’s good; before we start I would like you to meet our coach captain Kuya Felix, say hi to Kuya Felix.
Tour Guide: Mr. Felix will accompany us. My dear tourists, Are you excited to explore the beauty of Banaue?
Tour Guide: In a few minutes we will be entering the province of Banaue.
WELCOME TO BANAUE! (Land of the Eight World Wonder)
Banaue is one of the municipalities in the province of Ifugao, a land-locked area at the foot of the Cordillera mountain range in Northern Luzon, Philippines. The rice terraces and the rich colorful culture of its native inhabitants, the Ifugaos, make Banaue, or Ifugao Province in general, an interesting destination for the intrepid traveler in search of unique experiences. My dear tourists, are you excited to our first destination? Are you familiar to Banaue Rice Terraces? So get ready to our first destination.
Tour Guide: So, we are now here in our first destination which is the Banaue Rice Terraces. Banaue rice terraces has been described as the eighth wonder of the world. Carved out of the hillside by Ifugao tribes people 2000 to 3000 years ago without the aid of machinery to provide level steps where the natives plant rice. In 1995, they were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. My dear tourists, you have 30 minutes to go around and take some pictures.
After 30 minutes.
Tour Guide: How do you find the place my dear tourists?
Tour Guide: Oh that’s good. My dear tourists, let’s go to our second destination. May dear tourists you are very lucky because today Banaue is celebrating Begnas Festival. It is an ethnic offering of thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest, where pigs or chicken are butchered for the family or clan members to partake of....
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