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Sunday, February 10, 2008

"Sadanga: The Land of Kadangyans"

“Sadanga: The Land of the ‘Kadangyans’”
By Augustus U. Saboy, Baguio Midland Courier, 20 February 1966
[See related article here]

SHOULD the supbprovince of Bontoc become a separate province, the municipality which will stand up to be its financial angel would expectedly be Sadanga – often referred to as the “Land of the Kadangyans.” The word kadangyan means “rich man,” an individual in Bontoc primitive society belonging to the opulent class.

A foresight view of the wealth that Sadanga unassumingly owns may yield the reason behind its being called a region populated by affluent individuals. For while today her kadangyans own flights of rice terraces, rows of roofed granaries, illimitable supply of basi (sugar cane wine) and herds of cattle, Sadanga’s wealth of tomorrow are its great storage of mineral ores in its bowels, timber from its virgin borderland forests and its potential tourist wealth.

Much could be appreciated in the simple lives of the Sadanga folks. Conservative and hardworking people as they are, they seasonally dish out one of the most expensive native celebrations in the Mountain Province – the chono which features prominently the mass slaughtering of carabaos. The basi which they brew from their sugar cane patches is considered “the best” in the province. It tops in the number of olog(s), a primitive dormitoary of unmarried girls. The menfolk stake periodically one of the ancient games in the province – a mock battle fought between young men with staves and shields and their version of the famous Bontoc “Fagfagto.”

In rice terraces construction, they are rated among the ablest. This is evidenced by the fact that in the hinterlands of Abra and elsewhere, their stonewall artists are favorites of people yearly hiring men to do excavation work.

In war, Sadanga’s menfolk are among the bravest and fiercest. And Mountain Province tribesmen today have yet to duplicate the feat of Sadanga’s tribesmen fearlessly “invading” a lowland urban community in seeking revenge for the alleged killing of one of the tribesmen a decade ago.
For those hit by the sightseeing bug however, here are some of the outstanding sights that Sadanga offers.

Rice Terraces

For a change in rice terraces sights such as those which are offered by Banaue in Ifugao, the Sacasacan, Belwang, Bikigan and Betwagan rice terraces are open to the visitor’s vicarious delights.
The Sacasacan and Belwang rice terraces can be reached on foot from the municipal town of Sadanga with some two to three hours of hiking and climb up the rice terraces stairways. For the Betwagan terraces, a distant view can be had from the national highway north of Bontoc. A good two-hour hike to the barrio leads to the place where a panoramic view is caught from a hillside overlooking the village.

For a wider vista of the Belwang, Sacasacan and Bikigan rice terraces, a climb up to the barrio of Sacasacan will be rewarding. From this Sadanga barrio one catches a climpse of one of the massive sights of stone-walled rice terraces in the Mt. Province extending from the rest of the mountains down to the craggy banks of the Sadanga river below. During planting seasons, a gratifying scene greets the eye with irrigation aqueducts glittering in the sunlight down the terraced mountainside. The irrigation system of these rice terraces would send present-day civil engineers wondering over how these high stonewalled rice paddies are able to withstand erosion and cave-ins without the construction aids of slide rules and laboratories.

The Sadanga rice terraces are extensions of the terraces that are found in the barrios of Mainit, Guinaang and Malegkong on the northwestern highlands of Bontoc. Malegkong is only two-hour hike from Sacasacan, a village atop the municipal town of Sadanga.

Hot Springs

The Sadanga natives have found the medicinal and refreshing effects of hot springs that abound in the region. And so, they have with their own resources impounded one of the biggest springs in the municipality just a stone’s throw away from their municipal hall. A weary traveler can take a dip in one of these pools in the evenings. The hot spring pool is full of Sadanga villagers in the evenings bathing after a whole day of strenuous work in their farms.

More of these hot springs can be found along the banks of the Sadanga river – all catering to hot water needs of the villagers.

Lumawig’s Footprints

On a brushland between the barrio of Malegkong and Sacasacan is a huge rock sitting prominently on a hilltop like a sentinel guarding the fast receding tree lines of the undulating mountain range. Here in this uninhabited placed called Sidio are found huge human footprints left on the rocks.
Villages will readily tell that these are Lumawig’s – the legendary superbeing of the Bontocs who is said to have once ruled the regions long ago. Near these footprints are also hoofprints which appear to be those of a wild deer and another which is like that of a dog’s. Some small holes found in the rocks are said to be made by the point of Lumawig’s spear.

Whether these are footprints of a human being who lived once upon a time in the region cannot be established. But these are surely valuable tips for archaeologists who would like to refute earlier historical findings that point to the Himalayan valleys as the “cradle of the human race.”

Natural Lakes

Sadanga is one of the regions in the Mountain Province blessed with natural lakes. Among these which can be reached on foot are the Agaedon Lake found some kilometers above the barrio of Belwang towards the Mt. Province – Abra border, and the two lakes at Sacasacan. Fresh water fishes are found in these lakes where wild board and deer once frequent to wallow when they are driven by the noontime heat.

The Angoten Cave

This unknown natural cave made newspaper headlines a year ago when a group of school pupils, accompanied by their teachers and a US Peace Corp Volunteer, went for science class excursion to the place.

Only less than a kilometer up the hills of Belwang, the Angoten Cave got its name after its first discoverer, a certain Angoten who, according to a story, was a bat hunter. It was said that Angoten strayed into the caverns of the cave while hunting bats and after which his torch went out.

For days, Angoten wandered around the cavernous portions of the cave until he decided to follow the subterranean river below. Angoten was given up for dead by his fellow tribesmen until one day, word was received by the villagers that he appeared in the town of Sagada.

Another version of the story tells of Angoten coming out from one of the limestone caves of Sagada, to be welcomed as a “god” by the barrio folk. After Angoten related his story, he was borne on the shoulders of his hosts back to his home barrio in Belwang.

Whether the story is true or not, Angoten’s exploits gave him the distinction of being the first human being to discover that one of the rivers coming out of Sagada’s limestone caves has its source in Belwang and that a long subterranean river is found inside the mountains of Bontoc.

While we wait for explorers to duplicate Angoten’s accidental feat, the cave bearing his name is one of the potential tourist spots in the Mountain Province. A waterfall lazily drops from eaves of the cave above down to the mouth of the cave. For science students, the Angoten cave is an ideal hunting ground for exhibits and souvenirs.

This is Sadanga – today’s land of the kadangyans and a great source of provincial income for tomorrow’s “Province of Bontoc.”

27 comments:

popoy said...

Hi, I wasn't able to import the comments as they appeared on my old Wordpress account, so I'm pasting the original 248 comments here. Thanks!

Part I
248 Responses to "Sadanga: The Land of Kadangyans"

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Martin Apopot | March 26, 2008 at 4:06 pm | Reply

Having been born in Sadanga, I am happy to learn that she has been called once as a land of the Kadangyans. No doubt, she is very rich culture wise, but economically, 42 yrs after this article was published, Sadanga is still struggling to move higher in the class category in the province. She is still a 5′th class municipality and will probably continue to be so for many years. The term kadangyan in Sadanga today is not so much what it means forty years ago. Many children of kadangyans today are illiterate and are the ones left out to mend on the farm they inhirited from their parents. Those that have moved out early in search of greener pastures are mostly the ones that have better life. I wonder if the author of this article is aware of what Sadanga has become now and what is his/her comment. Despite all these, Sadanga for me is still no doubt the best place to live because of the inherent hospitality of its people, its culture and its beautiful sceneries. That is why even after 15 yrs here in the U.S, am still rooting to go back and live in my birth place as soon as my financial status allows.
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Mayan | March 17, 2010 at 4:31 pm | Reply

It’s not a comment actually but I wanna ask who owns this article or who wrote it.I really appreciate it…
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scott saboy | March 22, 2010 at 1:46 pm |

Halu Mayan, the article was written decades ago by my late father Augustus Ulat Saboy, a journalist from Kalinga and a former director of the Cordillera Executive Board (CEB). :)
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freddie | September 17, 2008 at 12:36 am | Reply

go and explore the beauty of Belwang sadanga mt. Province and u can see d difference.
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shirley | September 17, 2008 at 11:22 am | Reply

yah maraming tourist spot ang sadanga mt province so im inviting everybody to visit our place.
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scott saboy | September 17, 2008 at 12:25 pm | Reply

hi freddie/shirley, wouldn’t it be nice if someone created a blogsite for Sadanga? :) i’m sure there are a lot of kakailyan out there who can put up or create one. my last visit to Sadanga was in the ’80s. i hope i can revisit the place in the near future. thanks for visiting… :)
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Noel K. Lingfawan | March 8, 2010 at 9:40 am | Reply

well I the IT student of MPSPC and a resident of Betwagan, Sadanga Inviting some of my friend to visit some of the eco-tourist spots of our own municipality and also to joint at esadanga.ning.com which I and Julia Manganip created during our training last November 22-30 2008.

Invite you also sir to join the above blogsite mentioned…

thanks

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Jude | April 12, 2010 at 9:51 am |

My parents are from Anabel and Betwagan. Just last weekend, I accompanied my aunt wto go back to her hometown after 3o years. It was a time of self discovery and realizations.
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Isabel "Mayan" | March 17, 2010 at 4:56 pm | Reply

wow! ngaun q lang naview na may website pala ang Sadanga!!!!!!!!!!almost 5 years kc akong nd umuuwi dun since elementary………
….ang tagal kong bumibisita sa net,d q napansin website natin,..ano b ‘yan..hehe
…buti na lng sinearch q lugar natin at dun ko nalaman na may web pla tau……I am very proud and whoever create this site………..
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scott saboy | March 22, 2010 at 1:47 pm |

thanks kabsat, agbisita kan to manen ditoy nga page :)

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chakiwag aiza valorie l. | October 3, 2008 at 11:02 am | Reply

yap,this article is so true. i am a full blooded igorot(hehe) from the land of kadangyan as this article says and i am proud to be from this place. many of its beautiful sceneries are awaiting to be discovered. the sad thing is that the local government can not sufficiently fund its tourism department to develop and advertise these spots to be well known not only to the locals but to other visiting tourists. anyways, to all those local tourists who seek for a more challenging outdoor activity, try visiting our place and prove me right. ahehehe.

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gilbert malago | July 24, 2009 at 9:43 am | Reply

hehehe kmuzta ngy ti skuling my dearest batch!!
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f_4 | February 5, 2010 at 4:51 pm | Reply

_ alou! kasali kmi ba ay iberwang? jajajajaja wenu pure ysadangas only? hehe jaz azking”………………………………………

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noel | November 20, 2008 at 8:36 pm | Reply

Parang something wrong with the website it is not comeplete
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scott saboy | November 24, 2008 at 12:19 am | Reply

i’m also having trouble with it kabsat. i even find it hard to update my files. server problems siguro. thanks for visiting… :)
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yzadanga | February 25, 2009 at 10:51 pm | Reply

on the second thought, usto ta adi unay madiskubre ta narigat ton. ma-exploit lawa.

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scott saboy | February 26, 2009 at 8:29 am | Reply

sabagay met ketdi a. ngem bantayanyo latta a ta ammomon, daytoy makunkuna nga globalization ket adu ti sanga na nga maususar tapno maserrek dagiti luglugar tayo even without our consent. :)

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Martin Apopot | February 27, 2009 at 11:15 pm | Reply

YZadanga said “on the second thought, usto ta adi unay madiskubre ta narigat ton. ma-exploit lawa”

I hope you are saying this ligheartedly brother. There is nothing wrong no madiskubre ti Sadanga. Isn’t this is what we are looking forward into. Saying “ma-exploit lawa” is an unfounded fear about change and only us can have control over this. We need to have Sadanga be exposed (not exploited of course) for its beauty to be appreciated and for it to progress. We need to accept change so Sadanga can rise from its fifth class municipal state to a higher one. Discovery does not necessarily lead to exploitation.
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sarah lyne | March 7, 2009 at 1:49 pm | Reply

Nice comments……… nothing more to say……… sadanga is really a very beautiful place….. green green grass of home talaga………..

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Xecret | October 1, 2009 at 2:48 pm | Reply

haloooooo!!!!!!!!!….adayshat…… ay tet ewam…..jejejejeje……
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Joshua Benhur Maneclang | November 18, 2009 at 9:23 pm | Reply

hello ka-ilyans….
just dropping by to promote this site: sadanga.webs.com
actually draft website palang… you can view and join if you want… comments and suggestions for improvement are warm welcomed…thanks…^^
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scott saboy | November 19, 2009 at 8:10 am |

mayat kabsat, the more ysadanga sites the merrier! :) ilink ko site mo ditoy kabsat.

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imavaak | March 9, 2009 at 8:27 pm | Reply

No fear of exploitation. Maapa da una na ySadanga sakbay ay mangyari sa. Yet we’d like visitors to try our place: In-emes as Maatong; inlanglanga as Sangey; inpasyar as Angoten Cave; I could go on and on. Adi aya, pareng Kuslin?
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NELLIE CAWAREN, IDEMANG-AK | March 16, 2009 at 4:17 pm | Reply

wen mayat mo ma explore na sadanga ngem dapat adi ma exploit na ilan na beauty spots tako….

lets take care of the nature…….

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Ibhel Sicdawag | February 5, 2010 at 1:07 pm | Reply

Basta man for “BIG EYES ONLY”. Gawis ketdi a no madiscover na place tako.malay natin baka naisali sa eight wonders of the world.What a great pride.

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ABEGAIL,IBIKIGAN SI APOK | March 16, 2009 at 10:05 pm | Reply

hi i’m Abegail i’m proud to be from a native of sadanga,my mother from bikigan and sadanga.when i saw this place i cant say anything everything is very beautiful like me””’HE”HE”but i notice something..,Sadanga napag iiwanan’ and why?cos it is not expose place’the beauty is hide for long time.Sadanga will more beauty if Sadanga will expose.(not exploit) FOR ITS BEAUTY APPRECIAT AND FOR IT TO PROGRESS..

its time to live#5 most be SADANGA WILL BE THE # ONE’
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reichelle | March 18, 2009 at 12:32 pm | Reply

wow!!! so happy to stumble upon this site… been away from home (of course, sadanga!) for quite a long time and have been missing home terribly. anyhow, i do agree with the opinions of our kakailyan that our home is one of the most blessed place… YET, looking back ten years before it seems that nothing progressed nor developed at all… Haaaaay, sayang pay no adi tako mai-share na beauty na ili tako sina sabali i tago and that we will remain to be poor (we live in the land of kadangyans, remember?) knowing however that we have the resources to help us…

i hope and pray that our local government will do something about it and that our beautiful hometown will finally be discovered and be known to tourists…

really missing home but looking forward to a better sadanga in the future….
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Fernanado | March 18, 2009 at 1:44 pm | Reply

Oi Apopot kumsta ngay ni Fernando daytoy ag brobrowse ak pang thesis ko about Sadanga ahahaha^^!!!
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Juanch | April 20, 2009 at 10:02 am | Reply

Hello again,

Was just in Sadanga & Belwang last Holy Week… the place was truly magnificent and the people were very friendly. I just wish I read your articles before going there.

Here are some photos I took during our visit.

http://juanch.multiply.com/photos/album/48/Nissan_Navara_Mountain_Province_Road_Trip

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Evelyn | October 5, 2009 at 10:56 am | Reply

….thankz! 4 d pics you’ve shared…..
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eugene | February 10, 2010 at 5:34 am | Reply

i’m very grateful for pictures you captured defecting
beauties i never had opportunity to do so. it’s so
beautiful indeed; worthy of preserving. i hope people
that dwell in that environment does do something
to improve it’s surroundings.
i feel sad that these places are fading so fast, some
of them faded before even discovered. i only wish
kabunyan will extend life of nature we walk on.
inyaman tako.

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scott saboy | April 20, 2009 at 1:45 pm | Reply

great shots, sir. thanks again for sharing these with us. Gawis ay agew mo! :)
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Martin apopot | April 22, 2009 at 1:14 am | Reply

TY for the pics Juanch. I got relieved a bit of my homesickness by your pics. Hope you had a great time. Come visit us again sometime in June or July and you’ll be my guest.

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Juanch | April 22, 2009 at 10:38 am | Reply

Hi Martin.. we truly enjoyed our Sadanga/Belwang visit and we’ll be more than happy to return for a longer stay to explore the place. Is June/July harvest season where the rice terraces turn gold? (“,)
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ABEGAIL,IBIKIGAN SI APOK | May 2, 2009 at 5:56 pm | Reply

ohhh its a verry nice shot’thanks to the pic.i fetl relieved in my hometownsickness for im not been there for long time.i wish i could go also there.
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iyopogak | May 12, 2009 at 10:10 am |

your hometown sickness will be gone forever if u try visiting sadanga during “chuno”,one weeek of eating watwat and dancing with the handsome boys of sdanga””’nyaks…….
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ikoprewak | May 12, 2009 at 10:15 am |

your hometown sickness will be gone fore ever nd ever if you try visiting our place during “chuno”, one week of eating watwat and dancing with the handsome boys and beautiful gurlz of sadanga,,,,,,
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idar eshak | May 12, 2009 at 10:25 am |

__..yha..”chuno” is really nice and enjoyable occasion,
it would be a nice time to meet your KA2ilians_

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Martin apopot | April 23, 2009 at 9:19 pm | Reply

June is the month when you want to see the palay turns the rice terraces color gold & July is the start of the harvesting season. Hence it is preferrable to go there late May and june. Try to go to Sacasacan as well to view the Focong rice terraces, the Sadanga version of Banaue rice terraces.

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shakenah | May 12, 2009 at 10:13 am | Reply

iSadangaak! and am proud! ahehe.. uhm.. sadanga, my hometown is really a very nice place.. i miss maatong soh much tuloy..

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genda | May 12, 2009 at 9:41 am | Reply

,,,,come visit our plce sadanga,,,and see how beauty and how rich our place,,,,jejeje
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idar eshak | May 12, 2009 at 10:28 am | Reply

…..!!!!!…..ryt.i also mizzz dat “chuno” i wish dat when i go back, their will be chuno.lucky for us who will be their that tym……
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Kyra | June 7, 2009 at 12:37 pm | Reply

Sadanga is very cool place….and all of you need to visit it….and promise you will enjoy it specially many tourist spot that you will see!!!!!
LOL! i’m proud to be i-SADANGA!!!!
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Abigail | June 9, 2009 at 5:27 pm | Reply

hi miss nelei cawaren is Rosemarei cawaren is your sister pls if you know her?im here freind pls give her my email address loreik@yahoo.com loking forward to her. thank you.
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Abigail | June 9, 2009 at 5:32 pm | Reply

SADANGA IS GREAT”””””” IM PROUND TO BE A NATIVE OF SADANGA EVEN IM NOT BEEN THERE FOR ALMOST 15 YEARS.GO GO GO SADANGA””’
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zeil | June 19, 2009 at 1:09 pm | Reply

yeh…..sadanga is a nice place…let us witness the nearcoming pagey festival….june 24-25…..
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carl torafing | June 21, 2009 at 11:34 am | Reply

yah rryt. ,aztig na hometown tlga://
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faithzz forag | June 22, 2009 at 4:06 pm | Reply

hellooooooo…..sa lahat ng isadanga…at mas lalo sa tga BEKIGAN…hheeeheheeee COME and VISIT US at Sadanga mt.province you will never regret………………………………….

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igorota | July 24, 2009 at 10:43 am | Reply

……..ag ipost kau man pics ti fowa-as falls ken angoten cave you….
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Ibhel Sicdawag | February 5, 2010 at 1:10 pm | Reply

Wen, agpayso.Padasen yu ay manikid.
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f_4 | February 5, 2010 at 4:58 pm | Reply

_alou ! happy week end sa lahat! kakailyanz ay iberwang,,,………

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imavaak | June 29, 2009 at 3:30 pm | Reply

Nice to see that people logging in here reading about Sadanga and leaving messages is multiplying. To visitors posting images of Sadanga, thanks. Reichelle, ingat kau csa kanayon.
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butchscotch | July 4, 2009 at 9:13 am | Reply

yohoo!!!!muustaa kakailyanz.. i’m a new browser of this web page and i am glad na daming sumusuporta ni2…hehe..astig ang i-VERWANG.
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butchscotch | July 4, 2009 at 9:19 am | Reply

to ol riends out there!!!SADANGA IS A FIRST CLASS TOURIST SPOT…sunga agawid tayon amin..OK?hehe
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Noel | July 9, 2009 at 5:56 pm | Reply

Me i required the picture of the tourist spot you’ve mentioned on this page.
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Nelle | July 17, 2009 at 3:39 am | Reply

I was born in Sadanga but grew up in Kalinga but every vacation we go to Sadanga,Nung first time kong pumunta dun when i finished my elementary it’s beautiful there,the view khit na sa poblacion lng ako,gusto ko ang view dun pakiramdam ko napakalapit ko sa nature,ang ugali nila dun gustong gusto ko,they make me special.I miss sadanga na,mtgal na rin d ako nkapasyal dun and sana mas lalong umasenso ito,Proud to be Isadanga nga kuna da…

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Ronald | July 26, 2009 at 2:00 am | Reply

after 28 yrs. i cannot imagine what Sadanga looks now.we left behind some stories when we were young and finished our primary school since my parents were both teachers before. as time goes by,i left her to go on with my studies in the urban areas. now, i’m trying to find time to visit the place which i once belong and still belong to it with my family. sapay kuma ta makapasyarak assa sadanga tay mailewak yang gay. i believe Sadanga,ado metten ti katutubo nga nakaadal ket sapy kuma ta iyabanti da ti asenso ken pagsayaatan ti ili tayo.

sya, anusyoungguy,et matagotago tako kayet.

i happen to browse ur website and was long time ago already.ngem ulay ta nakitak and be my guest.salamat apo.
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Martin Apopot | August 19, 2009 at 2:27 pm |

Hi! Ronald You must be who I think you are — the son of Mr & Mrs Basawil. I hope am right. I haven’t seen you and your siblings in more than a decade. Hope you and your family find sometime to visit our hometown in the future. A lot of changes already in sadanga but the friendliness of the people/community remains the same. Hope to meet you and your family soon. Martin Apopot

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butchscotch | July 28, 2009 at 5:47 pm | Reply

its been a long time na di ako nag browse ng web.. but i’m glad na adu pay ti agbro browse …..keep supporting !!!!!!!!!!!!! go go go sadanga…..hellow pala sa mga iverwangs….
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Shirley Wandag Pomit-il | August 4, 2009 at 3:56 pm | Reply

ellllow po.. i am from betwagan.. try to visit our place! i love my home town SADANGA.

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martin apopot | August 20, 2009 at 3:14 pm | Reply

Hi! Am really glad our kailians from other barangays of Sadanga municipality are reading this article and posting comments. Let us be reminded that this article does not refer only to the Sadanga poblacion and Demang but also to the other 6 brgys like Sacasacan, Belwang, Bekigan, Betwagan, Anabel & Saclit. I visited all these places and each one has its own unique beauties/charms to present. This is what makes Sadanga as a whole a unique place to live. She has lots of natural beauties, colorful and meaningful traditions and very hospitable people. She stays united even though separated by mountains and despite the different languages/dialects her people have. Kailians, let us continue to be one and develop our beloved hometown while still preserving the unique characteristics that Sadanga is known to be. Much kudos to scott and the author for this article.

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scott saboy | August 20, 2009 at 4:05 pm |

glad to be of service to y’all, manong. :)
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ibhel sicdawag | February 5, 2010 at 2:08 pm | Reply

ano ba ang meron sa betwagan tapno apan tayo.

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Luis Logawe Singgangan | August 5, 2009 at 7:07 pm | Reply

Being an I-sadanga is such a great honor. I’m proud to be one. Sadanga, Bumangon Ka!

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POO@kasurniyanDOTKOM | April 30, 2010 at 8:19 pm | Reply

Chakayo amin ay kakailyan,

Maed servin na ki tako kankanan nu adi tako rugyan sina awak tako. amin ay inbagbaga yo about na ili tako sadanga ket tet ewa. dinmakerak as ili for 9 years adopting all the duties of a typical ysadanga and I appreciated all the roles I have experienced.dida unga ak ket feeling ko ay kayak nga agpamilya gapu ta napadas ko insagad, in subuk(not the green one you might think)umey manga-ew tapos gumateng mamakan ka na butog,tapos inbayo ka.did you try all of these tasks? well i shared these experiences not to brag but to let you know that being an YSADANGA we should also know how to project ourselves based on the experiences we have had there and do our part now to be selective on what culture are we going to adopt and which are those which we need to improve or discard. My dear kakailyans, I hope we help each other to mend the destructions brought about by IGNORANCE from our ancestors in terms of the cultures and the environment which we live today. Lets Educate our Parents,Titos,Titas,Lolos,Lolas, Kaanakans,Kasaods,ken amin nga kabagyans tako about the dangers of old practices tapnu in the near future ket karkaro to ay na sadanga ket isha sina matangtangad to ay ili.Lets start in ouselves the right attitudes that really shows that we are unique and we are still the best people in the world!!!! Matago tago tago tako amin.

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Luis Logawe Singgangan | August 5, 2009 at 7:11 pm | Reply

Gawis kasin ay suma-ar sinan ili ay nadakran. We have different tourist spots to visit and unwind but still we have to preserve our natural resources because it is the life of the I-sadanga.

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zecret | September 30, 2009 at 4:45 pm | Reply

i xiangen…… intako 8 mampa…….jejejeje

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butchscrotch | August 10, 2009 at 6:56 pm | Reply

nice commenting on this page….gandang araw nga pala sa mga browsers out there…add nyo naman me as your friends hee ehehe

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Winiger Ganggangan Anongos | August 11, 2009 at 10:47 am | Reply

Hi!!!,,,
it’s very true so its nice to be back home again.See you there,,,,,,,,

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analyn Dangiwan Galanto | November 20, 2009 at 9:35 am | Reply

hi…gud morning mabalin pay maamwam nu cnu nan parents mo! my mother nem angela danngiwan baka makilala ata cla.

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Luis Logawe Singgangan | August 11, 2009 at 1:42 pm | Reply

I am thankful and honored to be one-truly I-sadanga. Add me as one of your friends at my friendster account: holy2031543ghost@yahoo.com or Facebook: luissinggangan@yahoo.com.. you can text me at 09182823124 if you want lang naman…jejeje. Gawis kasin ay suma-ar! Its been some months away for Christmas Vacation and yet the weather is hot…sooo hot… enweiz, thanks for those who comment on this page. Likewise the owner of this blog site and the author of this article. Matago-tago tako amin! Sadanga, Bumangon Ka!

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Evelyn Estino | October 1, 2009 at 12:34 pm | Reply

…….hello!!!! ay dida in atong na maatong?……jejejejeje
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Evelyn Estino | October 1, 2009 at 12:43 pm | Reply

……haloooo!!! manung Luis…… “Merry Christmas”……jejejejejeje

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ANDAPAY a.k.a. ARRIANE | August 19, 2009 at 4:58 pm | Reply

…walaw, ySadanga ak gesh ya jejah..proud to be one =)
matago tago kau amin jeje (ta uray xiak n pumusay)

Sadanga, Bumangon Ka!

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ryan | August 20, 2009 at 6:38 pm | Reply

apy c karvayan arian na?
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ANDAPAY a.k.a. ARRIANE | August 22, 2009 at 12:48 pm |

..tay en ngan na kanam mistoro? cnu pen n amam?
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noel | November 15, 2009 at 11:16 pm |

AAAAARRRIIIANNNEEE karvayan,,,,ke ke ke ke

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'''jonah''''' | August 25, 2009 at 2:32 pm | Reply

….I’M GLAD….TO SEE AGAIN THE BEAUTYFULL NATURE OF BELWANG SADANGA,,,,THIS SUMMER VACATION…WLA ME MASABI KC TLGANG MGANDANG PLACE ,,,HEHEEE,,,,

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w | August 31, 2009 at 9:35 am | Reply

xangen? heheheheheheh

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winiger | August 30, 2009 at 11:47 am | Reply

owh!!!! the semestral break is already approaching and we are planning to visit sadanga with my friends to view the beatifull spots.
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kandiyawan | August 31, 2009 at 1:21 pm | Reply

yeeeeeeeeesssssss…….sadanga is a very comfortable plce so when you visit the place try to visit KANDIYAWAN

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Xecret | October 1, 2009 at 2:45 pm | Reply

…….ikandiyawan anna……ay angshan na varat yu???? jejejejejejejejeje
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noel | October 4, 2009 at 3:13 pm |

aahhhm wen sya na prodoct d cdi ,,je je je i laychem ??
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Xecret | October 5, 2009 at 10:07 am |

……raychek ya nan farat da cdi kandiyawan…….jejejejeje……. ay cnu ka gyam?….ay ikandiyawan ka?……jejejeje

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noel | November 2, 2009 at 10:50 am |

ahm sen pi na pasecresecret agesh anna’ je je je je ahhhm mannuel here,,je je je ,,,,,,,
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Xecret | November 12, 2009 at 8:30 am |

…..a ah….cka pt xia manong…jejeje…..kt muzta ngy!
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noel | November 15, 2009 at 11:13 pm |

ahhhhm wen ,,,,je je je je je sen n gyam ,,??????/

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MANUEL | August 31, 2009 at 1:25 pm | Reply

alow i cheda napudot na maatong ?
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'''jonah''''' | September 2, 2009 at 3:42 pm | Reply

yehee!!for almost 5yrs,, we try to visit the angoten cave and it’s really true,”gag awisan “tlaga u can see the beauty of angoten nga conconanda,and of also da MAATONG”AY Napudot sa?”wen py ade,,hehehe,,,ay wen gyam cyk ni grand Daughter ni GIVNAY,nga natay d,jan.5,09.so wla na ang pinkmatanda sa belwang.but any way ada py,,and i like also to great all people of Bekigan,matago2tako am-en,, maid kcik knan GAWIS AY ALDAW TAKO AM-EN,,,,

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`mark'... | September 2, 2009 at 3:56 pm | Reply

ai..sha pet..gyam nan eli tako et green2 grass of all………….,,

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"fortune"J.W.S | September 5, 2009 at 10:43 am | Reply

…..aw adi mo say kanan you ay kakailyan….
….mag post kayo kasi ng PICTURES of the BEAUTY OF OUR HOME TOWN SADANGA….para naman mamatida,et eyda ila en yahhhh… hekz….
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"jonah" | September 10, 2009 at 5:24 pm | Reply

wen kuma ampay hehehe,,,,,,
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A' | September 12, 2009 at 9:52 pm | Reply

Ket anya ngay mangmangyari Sadanga, tatta?

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chakiwag aiza valorie l. | September 14, 2009 at 10:14 am | Reply

adaysat yah….heloo every one…

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noel | November 15, 2009 at 11:14 pm | Reply

ahhhhhm muztahhh et pi ,,,ahhhhhm kwad mu et pi i parte na lufong,,,????????? ke ke ke ke ke ke

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jovan | September 23, 2009 at 4:53 pm | Reply

mayat lattah ade ..napigsa kme pylang…,,hhehe…
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foragclementina | September 29, 2009 at 8:41 am | Reply

yeah..nice to be a sadanganian!!!

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foragclementina | September 29, 2009 at 8:53 am | Reply

Go “kailyan”,take proud we’re sadanganian,that our land SADANGA is so dear…let’s raise up our voice and be recognized,that we’re not only tha land of kadangayans but a land of peace and unity…
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Xecret | October 1, 2009 at 2:50 pm | Reply

…..hello!!!!!!!
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darwin | October 3, 2009 at 6:33 pm | Reply

salamat tay wada nan website ay para sina isadanga ket amok ay rayden tako amin ay mang ipromote as ili tako. gawis no iparkat tako amin na pictures ay available sina inlawlaw na sadanga tay umipailiw kan datako ay wada as rayasan. One day we will be home together to celebrate the greatness of our own beloved SADANGA.
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noel | October 4, 2009 at 3:10 pm | Reply

ahhhhm yeeeezzzzzz dats true about sadanga ,,,and i miss it so much ,,i would like to go home and feel the hot of ma-atong ,,je je je ,,i deda napudot gayyam??
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noel | October 4, 2009 at 3:18 pm | Reply

AHHHHMMMMMM reuest ,,, gumaeb kayo ,,official website na gamin,,na ili takoo,, i sadanga ,,,,whre we can see the real beauty of our hometown,, je je je je ,,,ingatsss lagi kakailyan ,,,,and lets dream SADANGA as the best,,,
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Evelyn | October 5, 2009 at 10:43 am | Reply

…..yah!!!! Sadanga is nice!!!! yes!!!! sembrek mi 8 as 16….. nice to visit again my hometown Sadanga!!!!!
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Mj Tara | October 5, 2009 at 12:15 pm | Reply

“Land of the Kadangyans”
…Agkaxem!!!
Sadanga’s menfolk are among the bravest and fiercest.
…NO FEAR!!!
…agree!!!

Jajeje…papay axak lang maila na article anna.
…kailyanz, visit gesh kanu na
http://www.i-sadangaak.ning.com
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SMP- koprew | October 5, 2009 at 5:06 pm | Reply

My first time to rea the article, its beed quite long time no Net visit so far… well thiers no place like Like <<<<<<>>>>>>>> Amed nu totkcho kau ash sa baguio adu na kavkav maurnong ket ma atong yanga na makavalin manga a…. Only in Sadanga…Will just leave the notions on kadangyans!!!!!!!!
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SMP- koprew | October 5, 2009 at 5:15 pm | Reply

just came across this site.. well ur right thiers no place like SADANGA>>>>

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NALI | October 8, 2009 at 2:36 am | Reply

no comment hehehe! sadanga is a beautiful place to visit. I miss maatong, “natural spa”….
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vivian galingan | October 27, 2009 at 4:09 pm | Reply

Am glad that our beloved town has a site. Its also heartwarming to know that you, kailyans, are very much captured by our place. Hope that more will be joining for the search of better Sadanga and for more articles about Sadanga.
guys, i heard that chuno will be held again next December.
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martin apopot | October 28, 2009 at 6:10 pm | Reply

Vivian says “Am glad that our beloved town has a site”
Dawin say “salamat tay wada nan website ay para sina isadanga ket amok ay rayden tako amin ay mang ipromote as ili tako”
I am not quiet sure if you are referring to this website as the site for the Sadanga. I hope we are limitting our post or discussion to the article above. Scott might start to censure us. there is a website for Sadanga : I-sadangaak.ning.com or you can visit my facebook for some pics of Sadanga. thanks.

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scott saboy | October 29, 2009 at 7:52 am | Reply

no worries, manong Martin. i still have to find an objectionable comment from our readers hehe. will add the Sadanga website to my links. Cheers :)
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Noel | November 28, 2009 at 1:42 pm |

We invite you to join this site (esandanga.ning.com), this is site is for the people of sadanga.

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Dawn | October 30, 2009 at 4:08 pm | Reply

Nice!
Is fagfagto being performed in Sadanga?
Juz asking.
Need some input for a proj.

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martin apopot | November 3, 2009 at 9:08 pm | Reply

No & Yes. No we don’t perform fagfagto in Sadanga but yes we practice the same concept and it is called Mengmeng. Fagfagto is done in the riverbank in Bontoc, whereas we do the mengmeng in the mountains Sadanga vs. Sacasacan) and also in the riverbank(Demang vs poblacion kids) after the planting season. This practice brings back good old memories of my childhood. They say it is the training ground for the braves. Lots of kids & adult gets hurt but no hard feelings, only fun & memories.

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vivian galingan | November 3, 2009 at 8:02 pm | Reply

wen manung. i was referring to the article. now i know na . i’ll visit it right away. thanks na lang sa lahat kasi we love our hometown, Sadanga. Hope to see everyone there this christmas.
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analyn Dangiwan Galanto | November 20, 2009 at 9:28 am | Reply

eow to kakailyan nga isadanga
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manang jc | November 21, 2009 at 4:04 pm | Reply

just by browsing kakailyans message it gives joy.sadanga s uncomparable 2 its uniqness n unfatomable kakailyan hold up high are very own tawid sadanga.ingagawis tako amin antoman na maisok itan tako ay ruta mangiyanapan sina puto above ol a humble heart matter where ever we ar.manang jc
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foragclementina | December 1, 2009 at 7:47 am | Reply

I have heard dat Sadanga will be having their “DONO” again ds december,.tlaga lng huh..edi adu makiwatwatan..hehe,cOngrats!!!.mAtago tago tako amin..Merry Christmas!!!

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noel | December 7, 2009 at 11:07 pm | Reply

ahhhhhhm su garud ya ,,ahhm mapnu ages na SADANGA csa,,, cnan mangilayaw watwat nan apo. uuuuu ke ke eke eke eke eke

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dorothyordonez | December 8, 2009 at 7:52 pm | Reply

now i, surely, am convinced…hope to see your place sometime…

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Langdetan | December 9, 2009 at 3:26 pm | Reply

Hehehe, you could have seen Sadanga and could have been an ySadanga 15 years ago… :)
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dorothyordonez | December 11, 2009 at 9:34 am |

well the “anitos”, i guess, are not with me….
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chinayao balway | December 18, 2009 at 8:28 pm |

a he he he he,,,korek ka jan pagada,,,but pren beri beri gud sana if u hav bin an ysadanga by insertion…huuupsss.
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chinayao balway | December 18, 2009 at 8:30 pm |

never too late manong ko nga “pagtadtadan”…. he he he
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dorothypagada | December 20, 2009 at 9:32 am |

hello mah friend…..find me one who will make me an ysadanga……ag-ipost ka ti wanted dita…ta ni someone may take pity on me….ipapati tako adi!!!!!!hehehe
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dorothypagada | December 20, 2009 at 9:45 am |

MR. SCOTT SABOY,
i may not know you, but believe me, you have my heartfelt gratitude.

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scott saboy | December 21, 2009 at 12:52 pm |

thanks met kabsat, have a very memorable Christmas! :)
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dorothy | December 21, 2009 at 3:55 pm |

you too….and a very prosperous new year!!!
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dorothy | December 21, 2009 at 4:05 pm |

….and to think the so called “Chuno”, shall be on the 28th of december which falls on my birthday……A very memorable Christmas indeed…….

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Margarita Ta-ot | December 9, 2009 at 1:38 pm | Reply

kumusta kakailyans! reading all your comments about our nature/native land Sadanga makes me feel I am there regarding the “dono” adawshat suma-ar takowet ta omey tako makidono sina agitako ay kakadangyans ay kananda. I miss to go and have a bath in maatong hotspring,one day I will bring home my family and friends to show them where I used to have a hot bath when I was growing up and to show them the difference in having a hot bath in a bath tub. Isn’t that wonderful! how things exist? Sige garod kakabsat ta ingagawis tako yanggay amin whereever we are. God bless,
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Langdetan | December 9, 2009 at 3:18 pm | Reply

Ya!!! I just finished reading all the posts and am sooooo homesick. And I still haven’t seen the pic links and the websites yet. Am gonna visit them pic links and websites later after my initial wave of homesickness subsides ‘coz if see them now am afraid I might go home ahead of schedule, hehehe…
I wasn’t born in Sadanga. I did not grow up there either. Me and my siblings all grew up in Baguio. But our parents made sure that we go home to Sadanga whenever there is an occasion or opportunity like summer and Christmas vacations. From these visits I learned to love Sadanga. I have traveled a lot and whenever people I meet ask from where I was I will always proudly answer, Sadanga. Most of the time I get the response, “Where is that?”. Then I’d describe our place as colorful and as best I could. And now, thanks to Mr. Scott Saboy and other concerned Sadanga citizens for putting up sites dedicated to our beloved Sadanga. I can now add “Check out these Sadanga sites…” to my story telling whenever I am asked where or what Sadanga is, hehehe…
I even named one of my daughters Yzad for yZadanga… :)
Ayeh kayet Sadanga!!!

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noel | December 11, 2009 at 11:32 pm | Reply

ahhhhm nice ,,,name for your daughter huh,,now i have an opinion ,,,when i will be having my jr. je je je je i will be giving a name chadanga,,,,je je je

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ono anna | December 13, 2009 at 1:11 am | Reply

Onnooooo…ay wada kayo amin layasan?????Nan ili tako ay Sadanga ket baken et kanan tako ay ilin di kadangyan,kaadwan kandatako cna ket wada cna layasan tay kurang nan makan no totokso tako amin as Sadanga,Sumibli tako kuma amin ta aschi tako ay edevelop nan naitatabon ay kinabaknang nan ili tako,ay tet-ewa? Aped tako kana kanan ay kadangyan nan \sadanga ya wada tako cna layasan? Wake up kailyans!!!

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ahhhhhhm | December 15, 2009 at 10:56 pm | Reply

ja ja ja ja ja ja ahhhm wen kadangyan nan ili taku ngem maid met ,,usto insamaran ti faken met amin nan isadanga ya waday payew wenu uma’ da c kanan taku i samaren da ,,ya rumayas taku tapnu sumuro tako cna gawis i angnen cnan ili taku ,,t dataku i anak cha ya maimprove tako nan ili tako ,,,,
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I-Mabatang | December 20, 2009 at 9:33 am |

your absolutely right……tet-ewa xa……..pudno! jeje
ad-adu na ingawisan na rumwar ta cna ili… makasuro ta cna sabasabali ay masabsabat tako….wada ka ay gawis, rawa wenno tew-an….wada kan cka no ngan na ikamam…. ammom na ingawisan ya rawa…..”kanan garud na ap-apo ad idi.. semkem na ingawisam ya ingawisan na kadwam”
Ngem wada ladta na kailangan ay mabaliwan kandatako.. “apos la unay”.”crab mentality”

Gag-awisan na ili ya ugali tako… maid mangilako ya maid mangrako cna ugalin din sabali..

This December 28-09 come visit and see “Chuno” Marriage Rituals being practiced by Sadanganians…till Now..

Go Kakailyans….Matago tago tako am-in….
Merry Christmas and A Prosperous Coming New Year to All!
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tengek | December 23, 2009 at 10:29 pm |

ahhhhhhm yun e ,,,usto nan kanam padli,,,cna ugali tako i inapusan ,,,et sapay kuma ta makaan tako i anak d nan ugali umat sidi ,,tapnu umado pi nan kailyan i profesionalzzz,, ya umanay i 2murong para cna ,,,,ingawisan nan ili tako i sadanga ,,,,SO GOD BLESS SADANGA AND ITS PEOPLE ,,,,HAVE A HAPPY HAPPY CRHISTMAS AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR,,,,,,,
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ibhel sicdawag | February 5, 2010 at 1:27 pm |

ado na professionals ngem maid insamaran.So balik sa payew.Ngem kasano ngay na maid payew na ay aseng kadatako.
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i-docligan | February 2, 2010 at 10:35 pm |

hi, you caught my attention.. nice comments you put in here. may i know you..

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tengek | April 3, 2010 at 8:31 pm |

aahhhhhmmmm ,,,,noel
,from kandiyawan valley je je je je
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tengek | April 3, 2010 at 8:39 pm |

ahhhhhm anto pen na docligan ???????? ke ke ke ke
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f_4 | February 5, 2010 at 4:47 pm | Reply

:) _alou mabalin ba agdamag? im jaz curious, anto na layasan? jeje
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tengek | April 3, 2010 at 8:35 pm |

ja ja ja ja ja ahhhmmm. ,,, layasan is all around ,,,,je je je je
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f_4 | April 7, 2010 at 1:59 pm |

ai, ALL AROUND BA GAYAM jejeje

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tengek | December 15, 2009 at 11:02 pm | Reply

wooowwwww nice article just read it . iz dat relly tru? want 2 see 8 any guide plssssss……..
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ono anna | December 24, 2009 at 1:11 am | Reply

Dono kasin,gawi gawis ay ugali ay ikam kaman,mailam nan partidos mo ay adim nail ila,madnger mo na kinaysan ay storya kan in igop cna sabaw nan nuang ay natanetanek……syurrrpppppp!!!!!!!!!!!!gawis…..karkaro no wada paylan nan spiriton na bayas ay natawenan..ehemmm….

Adsin kaysan ikam kaman d na tay akit nan ipugaw ngem angsan nan nuang,baka ya fotog ay tinaraken d,kan dadlo kadangyan takoy makwani…adsin kaysan..

Ngem asa..correct me if i’m wrong…after the happeningss…what happen???????
Ay gawis no adi da semsemken no anto kasin nan umar an c ilako ksin c nuang wenno anto na umar an cna ibayad atnan dida naparti.Kandatako ay wada cna layasan maid problema tay taynan tako ksin nan ili tako ngem nandida nabay-an,ay uway d pay ay mangsem semek..kadangyan d…ngem nandida wadas ruar daida nan baknang ay inmey nakiwatwat…again see u there this dono..in maatong.

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tengek | January 5, 2010 at 9:19 pm | Reply

narpas kasin et wada na iyamis d cna kasin ipugaw d ,,i adi makagaeb ,,

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I-Mabatang | January 12, 2010 at 9:19 am |

jejejejejejejejeje…….. tengek……..
ay ay ay tew-an yanggay……ya makwani kadangyan da nu adi da iyamis cna kasin ipugaw da.. jejejejeje
“depende xa…. gagangay na amo na inlastog kay…..”
adi da ketdi inpasalamat tay dida et maka-umat cha ay unten da mangilastog…
ilaem lang ta no cka na sumaruno ya ipost mo cna na date ya venue na ta ikami makiwatwat…..fumadang kami met ay mangan.. ta adi aped mabang-esh…… jejejeje…..
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tengek | January 13, 2010 at 8:51 pm |

ja ja ja ja ahhhhm ,,adi tku garud maka umat sunga ,,xowie et yanggay,,, je je je bsta matago tago tako am-in je je je je
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4 f | May 25, 2010 at 11:00 am |

gawis ampa ya ta way umey tako makiwatwatan ay adi makaikaan.. uno…. gawis ta siya di umibingayan di kadangyan ya…. ay uway ta iyam amis cha kuwet umagtan da ya… jejejeje
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dominique | January 8, 2010 at 10:23 am | Reply

sometimes we people act or do something to the benifits of our love ones,hence we do this to show are love and joy to our families, that is why even we know that later we are to face the price of our decision still we do such things cause on that things we feel fulfilment and the pride.
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leo | January 9, 2010 at 9:04 pm |

its nice to meet our relatives, friends and visitors in an occasion were its only the time to show our love and hospitality,,,,,,but some who did this (chono) feels that they are only the ones who can do but how about those who can’t and the ones who will not do but they can but they were teased by those who made it …………………………to follow what they have done
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i-docligan | February 2, 2010 at 10:42 pm | Reply

you are correct my dear but they too are not wrong.they did it for their own reasons and you might be one, their choice or decision. nobody forces anyone to do such things if you dont decide for it. Now we are in the civilization, what we need is right education and decision, go share what is good to kakailyans not merely negative notions.. from bad we go rise to what is good. this blogs helps give informations to everybody,,
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f_4 | February 5, 2010 at 4:39 pm | Reply

:) dono! dec.2009 first time ko ay mang-ila sa dono ay kanan tku,.. ket tlaga ay gawis gyam……………… matago-tago taku amin!

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Margarita Ta-ot | December 24, 2009 at 8:32 pm | Reply

kumusta kakailyans! nice to visit again the site reading more comments about our place, remembering our place on this holiday season when everybody is busy preparing for this season. it’s the most wonderful time of the year when families and friends gather together and have fun and parties to celebrate the season. which make everybody homesick when we are far away from our love ones like how I feel now, have a happy and healthy holiday season and a wonderful new year 2010. enyoy the most of it! MERRY CHRISMAS! God bless,
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sheraden | January 14, 2010 at 6:18 pm | Reply

happy new year!!last december we witness the “dono” of our kailians.. indeed the air in sadanga was very festive last dec. 28… the “dono” was enjoyable and it was also the time for all of us to meet our “agi” or relatives… ngem para kanyak ket,kasla mayat ti “dono” nu ada nga talaga ti kabaelan tayo.. one thing i noticed is tHAT EVEN THE people who cannot afford to have the “dono” still join it to the point of borrowing the expenses to thier relatives. and when we take it to the extreme point, the education of their children is being sacrificed.. as my father once said “wada na irako da sina nuwang, ngem na ipilete na anak da umey makiiskwela ket maid” i think this is one of the reason why most of the sadanga children cannot continue thier education…what is the real essence of the “dono”? whta do you think kailyans out thier? nu ngay ngata ikatten tau laengen?

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I-Mabatang | January 20, 2010 at 11:45 am | Reply

jejejeje(*,*)

Chuno is….. “Good-Bad”… in everything there is what we call advantage and disadvantages…
Everything happens for a reason……

no ikkaten tau daduma nga ugali tau ti ili like “Chuno”..mingyayan tako pay…..jejejeje joke
the only way is….
if u can… why not…
if u can’t ….don’t force urself…right…..
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i-docligan | February 2, 2010 at 10:46 pm |

korak…..remember all things happens for a reason..
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tengek | February 3, 2010 at 8:49 pm |

and …that reason …may fullfil our expectations ,,,je je je je

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joanne | January 19, 2010 at 11:32 am | Reply

Walastic!As I read all the messegas, I felt homesick… I belong to that place but the only tourist spot i visited once or twice was the falls, anybody there who coul upload some more pictures of our tourist spots… It’s just up to us if we allow our hometown to be exploited.
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tengek | January 23, 2010 at 3:49 pm | Reply

,,,,,je je je it’s nice that we have a tradition which is called CHUNO and a lot more,,, ,,that we should be proud of ,,,just comparing other towns which unluckily they don’t ,,,,,so instead of removing this tradition,,,, we should revised,,,and come out into a manner that will fit into this modern world ,,,,to attract tourists ,,,and our tourist spot will be discovered ,,,,that will lead SADANGA as a high economic community ,,,because some people who does not know SADANGA they misinterpret that SAGADA is the same as SADANGA,,,,,zzzzeeeeee

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i-docligan | February 2, 2010 at 10:48 pm | Reply

i pretty much agree… may know you pala,, greetings to everybody.
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tengek | February 3, 2010 at 8:37 pm |

ahhhmmmm kandyawan valley boy,, je je je ,,,bout u ????

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Iverwang-na | January 24, 2010 at 6:46 pm | Reply

hayay….kakailyans.. I enjoyed reading your comments,some of it were funny as in umepaamreng… but let me extent my appreciation to one who had created the blog. GOOD JOB… FROM NOW ON I WILL BE VISITING THIS BLOG and much I am exited to browsed I-sadangaak.ning.com. makamiss gayam ay mangvasa ha comments na kakailyan using our dialect….
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julie kilayon gatay | January 25, 2010 at 3:20 pm | Reply

Being a native of Belwang,I’m very happy that my hometown was finally discovered.I really hope that my hometown could become one of the famous tourist spot in the philippines.
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joanne | January 26, 2010 at 12:03 pm | Reply

I’m here again, ayan ngay ti isadanga? gawis no inbalin ay popular na sadanga tapnu makamkamo ti agimprove an na! sat angsan ay business oppurtunity no umali da na tourist ay mang ila sa ili tako… never ya mga ma exploit tay istrikto da dita! diba bawal ti firecrackers dita? malagip ko di naconfiscate jay super lolo nga inpan ko dita right sfter I come down from that jeepney… Apay until now ket bawal paylang? kaanu kay ti chuno kasin? kayat ko met makita ti hanging of carabao heads. how does it feel? nalpas et saknit dita? What’s the essence of chuno? What was the history of chuno? why do they have to hang those carabao heads? Is it just a feast of carabao meat? hehe hope to hear soon….

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Ibhel Sicdawag | February 5, 2010 at 1:01 pm | Reply

Gawis na chono tay ciadi yanggay na maamungan n sin-agi.Ngem aye tay gastos unay.Imbag no adi puro utang. Baka narpas kat naikali ya daan mabayadan na utang.

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i i | January 26, 2010 at 10:35 pm | Reply

mafalin met ay imodernize tako nan chono,uso asa na festival,gav en tako ay CARABAO FESTIVAL he he he.

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tengek | January 28, 2010 at 10:31 pm | Reply

ja ja ja ja sa2 nan kankanak chan pilang et ,,,dumakar na shekar d ke ke ke ke ke ek eke
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iberwang ak | February 1, 2010 at 11:43 am | Reply

adi man mafalin nan carabao festival tay carabao is the national animal ti Piolipinas,,, chuno festival et yanggay…
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tengek | February 3, 2010 at 8:40 pm |

uri pi ngan nadi bsta ,,,,sumikat je je je je tpnu ma2muan d i ,,the ySADANGAS,,,are kadangyans,,, nan tapi”’ yanggay ah je je ej ej
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_alou mga kailyans!!!

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jo | January 28, 2010 at 10:17 am | Reply

nice website keep it upa mga ka ilyans.. maka pa miss nu basa en amin ti comments hehe

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iberwang ak | February 1, 2010 at 11:48 am | Reply

pilipinas este hehe

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i-docligan | February 2, 2010 at 11:02 pm | Reply

hi mr.scott saboy.. a big big thanks to this site,, i wish i could personally say “thank you” … you made a very good way for us enkakailyan to be united in hearts.reading all the comments here makes a true blooded idanga long for his hometown very much. trully in this world there are still good people to meet like you.

to mr.Martin Apopot- I dont know if we met.. you just sound familiar to me as i always hear your name.. just want to appreciate you as one true blooded i-sadanga ay kailyan. i read the comments you shared to everybody=to kakailyans per se= i can say you are one good model.

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scott saboy | February 3, 2010 at 8:54 am | Reply

halu kabsat, you’re welcome! a warm hug to all ySadanga! :)

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tengek | February 3, 2010 at 10:56 pm | Reply

ahhhhm any information about the upcoming ,,sport fest this sumer ????jeje jejeje
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Ibhel Sicdawag | February 5, 2010 at 12:51 pm | Reply

Hello “kailyan”! Nice to read your messages.
How blessed we are! We have beautiful sceneries that allures people all over the world.
Most of all, the people are hospitable, kind and brave(to the max) and i’m so proud of it. This values must be preserved.

But one thing I’m distracted is, some of our pratices is not beneficial,(this is according to my observation) like,spending lavishly for such things even though some of us are less fortunate(kababain gamin kano),and tribal wars.No sino koma na nakabasor, siya na mangikaro.Adi amin ay tago.Adik ammo kadakayo ay tapina no umanamong kayo sina.
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Ibhel Sicdawag | February 5, 2010 at 12:57 pm | Reply

Hello to my batch mate at Sangey High School. Hoping that we will meet again.
To Sir Mang-it, You are a good teacher. I still remember your disciplinary actions.No apay nga nangato na core ko kanayon tay umegyatak kan sika.hehehe
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Ibhel Sicdawag | February 5, 2010 at 1:03 pm | Reply

Hello to all kailyan! ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF TRIBAL WARS, which is dominant to our place?

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tengek | February 5, 2010 at 10:56 pm | Reply

ahhhhhm that person is a fool, idiot, imoron, and has a barbaric mentality if she or he is infavor of tribal war,,,, ahhhhmmm look the people of the south of mt. province their children are almost professionals and educated ,,,which at the time of their sacrifices to be such,, where are our ancestors ???? is’nt it they are busy having their tribal war ???? just correct me if I’m wrong,,,,je je je je but not all because their are also SADANGANIANZZZZZ who are ripping the sweet juice of their sacrifices,, ahhhm so i for one let’s forgot the past and let’s go on to this training of life ,,,,ahhhm and I can say that tribal war is not already dominant because our place are already concurred by different religions,,,In the victims of this tribal war ,,we know that it hurts to lose a life just because of this tradition but we are already now,,, so lets give our attention to what they say that PAAM TA NA LINTEG NA MANGDUSA TI I MAID INTUTUNGDO ????
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ibhel sicdawag | April 2, 2010 at 2:43 pm |

ahemmm! i am just asking if you are in favor of tribal war. you are right that our place is conquerred by different religions, but why it is still practiced? Remember the sabangan-tulgaw war.
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iberwangak | February 24, 2010 at 10:34 am | Reply

wow gravehhh… tribal war???? apay kayat you ti gubat? naks… Any one who wants tribal war is crazy, maybe or surely he wants to die! Our generation does’t accept tribal war, it’s inhuman…
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ibhel sicdawag | April 2, 2010 at 2:45 pm |

yes!!! let’s call for change.

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jm | February 5, 2010 at 2:01 pm | Reply

No, we are not God to take away lives
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tengek | February 5, 2010 at 10:29 pm | Reply

ahhhm ,,,i miss also SANGEY and also our teachers before who molded a great space in our life and who are very patient to climb the penicle of the historical mountain of students,,for them to educate their children ,,so we are very pruod of you ,,,and for our gift for you our SIR and MADAM we give you a high SSSSSAALLLUUUTTTEE ,,,and we thank GOD that he give us a teachers like you,,, ahhhm to my batch mate hows life na ngai je je je je hope will see each other soon je je je
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tengek | February 5, 2010 at 11:03 pm | Reply

ahhhhm to manong scott xowie ahhh nu ana penwen me na site mu je je je aahhhmmm wish you more power and your family,,,wish to see you soon….je je je je

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scott saboy | February 6, 2010 at 2:37 pm | Reply

ay post kau latta ta adu maadal from all these exchanges. ingatz! :)
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Noel K. Lingfawan | February 16, 2010 at 9:01 am |

*** Nice site, may i joined….. and also to add our site that we created during our training on social networking…. you may browse our output on esadanga.ning.com…. thank

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i i | February 7, 2010 at 12:56 am | Reply

Good comments amin,kakailyanns no ngay rugrugyan tako asa ay in isuggest no ngana ikaman as Sadanga ay ili tako.then after the end of the day lets decide what’s wrong and what’ right.We know all that destruction is a part of development but we can minimize the negative effect.Our native land is very rich in natural resources ngem naitatabon yanggay.Life is becoming harder and harder thats why most of us are here in far places to find a better sources on income.
How about if we put the time now to open our place in long term sources of modern income,not only depending on indigenous agriculture,but for MINING,DAM and TOURISM.

Anya makuna u kakailyans.

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tengek | February 8, 2010 at 7:12 pm | Reply

ahhhhm nice suggestions i for one ,,,don’t agree about the first two ,,because what will be our tourist spots if we will make it as a mining site or a dam ,,,,je je je je nor this are the biggest income of a place ,,,
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f_4 | February 9, 2010 at 3:20 pm |

makijoin ak man, jeje nice suggestions hah! ngem i dnt agree sa mining site kc it may destroy our native land…….. its jaz my opinion, adik ammu ha tapina,

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i i | February 17, 2010 at 12:53 am | Reply

Mining will not be done on the barangays,I know that we know where the potential mining site is,and the Dam,we need only a dam that can supply us but if we need to expand,its depend on us,about the tourism,we will preserve all the barangays,rice terraces and our indigenous traditions.About exploitation,its all depend on us,if we stand all together to erase corruption ken kina agom I hope we can avoid this.

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I-Mabatang | February 24, 2010 at 1:53 pm | Reply

a blessed day to everyone!
“Look Around U” care 2 c
But remember all those things are given to Us
NOT TO DESTROY!
Mining?
Dam?
well maybe this can help us….but remember these will never stop poverty, hard way of living….

YOU…..remember U urself is a wealth….just use it wisely men……

I believe in a saying “Do unto others what u want others do unto U”
D main problem mostly to us “apos” “agom”

jejeje ngem usto gesh xa!
puten lang kan diyawam et magaeb na dam cna ili tako…
no mining ken egesh narugyan et ya….. ay daan mo ilaen na abot na…….
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4 f | March 3, 2010 at 11:44 am |

hehehe private mining wen narugyan et ngem no ipan u ti kompanya dita ili grabe et pay …. cge lang improvenu na ili tako ta hi tech to no umali inpasyar na city people

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iberwang ak | February 24, 2010 at 10:29 am | Reply

grabeeehhh… Dam? why do we need a dam? is the electric supply not enough? Mining? which mountain are they going to mine? I for one does not agree with these two… but if most of the residents will allow.. so be it… any way they are the one who will receive the consequences not now but soon.. God Bless to all and have a happy summer vacation …
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Angel | March 2, 2010 at 11:25 pm | Reply

Halu! Im very hapi 4 those comments i had read, first time magbrowse in 18yrs! So exciting at nakakamis ang dialec natin.mabalin makijoin? 4 me,mayat nu madiscover t ayan tau a sadanga tapnu macivilize t uncivilize,tapnu masocialize met t ayan tau.change we can believe in..tanx po.
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Angel | March 5, 2010 at 6:24 pm | Reply

Halu,pls lang po,wag nang i2luy ang mining??? Tayo na rin po ang sasapit ng kapahamakan.anu kaya kung palakihin na lang ang munsipyo at ipatayo ng hospital,improvement ng kalsada at ung tikidan in every barangays para may view naman.Tanx!
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i i | March 8, 2010 at 8:51 pm | Reply

Ok…may knya knya tayong opinion about mining and dam and we respect for that.
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i i | March 8, 2010 at 9:23 pm | Reply

See what’s happening on our place,they build additional municipal hall,hospital,farm to market roads and others but most of this projects are not on its proper place.The municipal hall is already crowded and the new hospital is like a white elephant,and the farm to market roads are useless.These are the products of KINA-AGOM which our ili moving backward. We have land that is suitable for new municipal hall and hospital,we call it RAMORAM or communal land but if projetcs will be built there those WAKWAKAN will come out.I’m just wondering why those communal lands become owned by some individuals,according kan DEYAWAN thats for the community..as wad an mi as Berwang..aya kaman dis chad chad aranen ay ipatawid tako cna ungong a.

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4 f | March 23, 2010 at 11:16 am | Reply

helo for me as one I enjoy that tikidad going to belwang, kasi kastoy… ditoy city awan matikid ko a kasta tay puro elevator ken escalator awan et exercise, no agbakasyon ket mayat ti mapan mangtikid as ferwang, no kayan ti apong tayo idi ken itatta kaya tayo met ken ti sumarono nga generation… tanxxx
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f_4 | April 7, 2010 at 7:29 pm |

mayat nga tlaga kabsat, nice experience tupay nu manikid ta as ferwang,,,,,

malipatam na bannog mo nu inumdan kat,

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tengaek | June 20, 2010 at 11:45 am | Reply

who is DEYAWAN ????????????????????

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noelmangibong@yahoo.com | March 9, 2010 at 7:27 pm | Reply

nrpuwam pen je je je je jokj jok jok
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i Tangngad | March 11, 2010 at 8:41 am | Reply

ngan pen na varo ay damag ash sadanga
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Angel | March 11, 2010 at 2:21 pm | Reply

Aprov ako jan ,im from belwang but grow frm benguet minasan.since high skol first time visit, i try hiking n so weary! Hopefuly thers hanging tram 4 luggages jejeje! Its like a disney land sana.hope there’s more improvement like skols , stairways for nex generation,change i can believe in 4 better land of kadangyans (daw).helo to brgy.bels..gagawis tako am in!
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Angel | March 12, 2010 at 9:02 am | Reply

Halu,enya b t fagfagto?? Common words kenyak ngem dik amu wat mean..tanx!Godbless to all,helo to belwang!
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MEL | March 25, 2010 at 7:44 pm | Reply

ngan k gawis n sadanga ansha
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MEL | March 25, 2010 at 7:46 pm | Reply

mzta n ili ay sadanga?ay dida in atong na iimshan u adi?
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MEL | March 25, 2010 at 7:49 pm | Reply

wehai;talaga n isadanga m;naganash gayam n waday duno;tai adu n makiwatwatan;ngan n style na sadanga asha
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nena maolo | March 29, 2010 at 8:00 am | Reply

ngan pen na maneterter ay kali you ay ipoblacion pak adi ammo?

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tengek | April 3, 2010 at 8:42 pm | Reply

ahhhhm ika puoten c uncle mash-e je je je je je nu ngan nadi je je je je

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Juanch | April 3, 2010 at 9:45 pm | Reply

Hi there.. I just came back from a 4-day “immersion” trip in Belwang… it was one of the most memorable adventure I’ve had & would like to share w/ you the photos of this journey.

http://juanch.multiply.com/photos/album/70

I hope you like what I have captured.

Best,

Juanch =)

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scott saboy | April 5, 2010 at 4:35 pm | Reply

again, thanks as always sir Juancho for sharing your photos :)

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4 f | April 8, 2010 at 10:04 am | Reply

nice shots…
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f_4 | April 13, 2010 at 7:42 pm | Reply

nice ah!!!! sir, tnx 4 sharing those photos!!!!!

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f_4 | April 13, 2010 at 7:48 pm | Reply

:-) in ipost kau od ages ha picture na anguten cave,
adik inil ila eh!!!
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Raine-heart | April 27, 2010 at 9:31 pm | Reply

….kasano da ay ma explore na beauty na sadanga nu adi da intuloy na karsa ay umey as BELANG & BEKIGAN ngay, ket kaadowan ay turesta ket as belwang or bekigana na distino da ay umayayan.
…dapat itoloy da kuma di gamin ta nalaka na transportation ay umey sidi.hat dapat improven da na pagnaan ay umey as BUWA-AS FALLS and ANGOTIN CAVE and also PANSIL CAVE at BELWANG. para ma explore da met ah na natural beauty of sadanga.
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Anvil | April 30, 2010 at 4:38 pm | Reply

Helo…to belwang my hometown!Aye….first time k adi mabrowse toy ili tau sadanga??i apreciate whoevr make ths site! 2luy parang nagbasa ako ng pocket book adventures,veri nice coMents,i rmembr tikidan 2belwang,1time me kc nagvisit since yr’97.mayat nu maexpose t sadanga tapno masocialize n more photos 2 upload.tanx!.,..,..
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Anvil | April 30, 2010 at 5:09 pm | Reply

Kamusta my hometwn belwang…aye mayat ta ada website t ili tau a sadanga,first tme to click!how much i apreciate whoevr make ths site!veri gud coments,i rmembr stairway 2 belwang since’97.i ms 8.Mayat nu mayat nu ipalubos tau madiscovr tapnu masocialize t land of kadangyans as call of nature. Tanx
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ii | May 3, 2010 at 1:32 am | Reply

edwani ay panagfofotos nan tympo ksin ay inpiliyan tako c mangitakder sinan ili tako,ka at ay karsa na aped sa ginaeb ngem maid sirbi na,ninsiping an d yangkay.Its good for the people who goes to Sadanga for having their vacation but for us ai kanayon i manikid as Ferwang ket ay adi kmi kabkabray?Achi tako fokodan nan khawis.
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4 f | May 12, 2010 at 10:07 am | Reply

sino da ti nangabak….. update kayo met man…. sapay koma ta jay da talaga nga agtrabaho ay usto iti pagmayatan ti ili tako na nangabak….
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angel | May 19, 2010 at 6:22 pm | Reply

Wey…nei hao! Pls. Update naman jan kung cnu2 mga leading jan…tnx po.

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scott saboy | May 22, 2010 at 5:59 pm | Reply

ni hao, angel. mabalin ay maila nan results nan election ed mt province sna ay site: http://electionresults.ibanangayon.ph/res_reg4400000.html gawis ay agew mo! :)

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Evelyn | May 19, 2010 at 11:49 pm | Reply

Very Nice…. And I’m Proud to be a young IGOROT Girl…. hehehe
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Evelyn | May 19, 2010 at 11:58 pm | Reply

Very nice… I appreciated…… And I’m very Proud to be a young SOYSOYAN Girl also. hehehe. Matagotago tako amin
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Raine-Heart | May 20, 2010 at 9:00 pm | Reply

,agpayso na kanam ii,adi datako maawatan ay taga ngato, adida simken na rigat tako ay taga BELWANG and BEKIGAN,narigat ay mang isangat as ili tako ha materyalis or contraction materials sidi ya, dapat kuma gamin itoroy da dingay ta gawis na umumayan sidi.

..adi da ivingay na gawis.

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sadanger"ibekigan" | May 24, 2010 at 8:55 pm | Reply

“how about the story of a diver who dives the deepest lake in our place and saw a grandmother nga agbaybayo jai uneg ti danom..jay bekigan..by the way i’m jhasmine foy os..
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sadanger"ibekigan" | May 24, 2010 at 8:59 pm | Reply

congatulations gayam ken mayor ganggangan,gabino ..nangafak piman
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4 f | May 25, 2010 at 11:13 am | Reply

na mangkay invotosh na umili na mangitoroy sa karsa no metlang ammo da mangtorong sa nangivotosh kadeda…… NARIGAT NA GAMIN DATAKO AY WADA AS LAYASAN NA INCOMCOMPLAIN NO MA ID IMPROVEMENT… NA WADA AS ILI SITTING PREEEEEEETTTTTTTTTTTTYYYYY DA … AY ANANUSAN DA KAY YANGGAY NO SINU NA WADA…
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angel | May 26, 2010 at 1:42 pm | Reply

Gudday!cöngratulations to all candidates who win..sana they do der part as lead man to our place sadanga.change i can believe in 4 better future of sadanga in the nex generatiön.hello 2 my hometown belwang i cnt imagine dat tikidan Sana i2luy po ung road jan,inumpisahan tapusin na po,(share what we have)tanx to scott saboy 4 d update list..gagawis tako am in.thank you!

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scott saboy | May 26, 2010 at 1:52 pm | Reply

wen koma mampay tay namodernize et nan voting system tako ya adu pay laeng nan road systems tako ay adi pay laeng nasemento; sapay koma ta nan concreting projects nan opisyales tako edwani ket waday “K” (kwaliti) na! :) thanks again for the visit etad… :)
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Martin Apopot | May 27, 2010 at 10:48 pm |

Hi Scott! thanks for the update. Filipino’s can’t be much happier with the way the election came out. It’s really a big milestone for the Pinoy voters. Now the voting system can compare a little bit here in the US or in the modern countries. Kabsat I absolutely agree with you about the quality of projects out there in our place. Ican say without a doubt that the reason for the poor quality of most infrastructures out there in our country is graft & corruption. There is not enough fund left for the project to be implemented coz a big portion of it already went to the corruptors(officials &/or contractors). I hope this new administration will come out true to its promise in implementing anticorruption measures.
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scott saboy | May 28, 2010 at 10:29 am |

wen ngarud, let’s keep our fingers crossed! regards to manang Mary and the kids :)
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f_4 | July 5, 2010 at 2:55 pm |

halu! manung scott, pai ada ammum nga bugtong idi idi nga panawen? bugbugtong ken kankanta idi idi nga panawen, nga pang mountain province lang ah,jeje
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scott saboy | July 5, 2010 at 3:44 pm |

haler, nay nan 5: (1) Baey ko’y ando-ando, nakowakowalto. (2) Tamtampakek nan olo na, menbogbogao nan obet na. (3) Nan mata na, siya nan ‘tey-an nan tali na. (4) No goyodek nan iko’n inam, men bogao si amam. (5) Posposiposem nan posegko ta ipabalam nan kinanko. O, syempre adik pay laeng igwa nan answer na tapno waday suspense na hehe. gawis ay agew tako! :)
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f_4 | July 7, 2010 at 3:07 pm |

hai!good day! manung, na ngay answers nah? answeram man ta kopyaek tay ipas mi nu friday! jeje

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bekiganian_gifty@yahoo.com | May 26, 2010 at 8:32 pm | Reply

mayat ta panpanonoten tako amin na pagsayaatan na ilili tako,sasa ah na kananda ay talaga ay proud to be sadanga,jejeje

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f_4 | June 29, 2010 at 2:59 pm | Reply

…..imbag man tay in open mu day2y nga website! jeje in upload ka man
ha tapin na photos muh!!!

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mel | June 7, 2010 at 2:07 pm | Reply

ash in na sadanga ai banda?
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raine-heart | June 10, 2010 at 8:36 pm | Reply

bada as LUZON na sadanga!jejeje
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raine-heart | June 10, 2010 at 8:45 pm | Reply

banda as LUZON na sadanga!jejeje
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f_4 | June 29, 2010 at 2:55 pm | Reply

—-pilipinas di ya mtlang! jejeje
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f_4 | June 29, 2010 at 3:18 pm | Reply

_wew! halu 2 ol people of belwang!!! muzta pai?
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f_4 | July 2, 2010 at 7:02 pm | Reply

!!!!!!!!! wew! waz up? happy week endz 2 ol!
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4 f | July 6, 2010 at 11:29 am | Reply

gawis gawis umipaamreng ladta… sir Scot mayat jay riddles ya ngem adik mo maanseran jejeje…

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scott saboy | July 7, 2010 at 10:27 am | Reply

nyehehe… o sige ngarud, nay nan sungbat datosa ay riddles: (1)KAWAYAN, (2) SOLIBAO, (3) DAGOM (4) KAMPANA (5) MALITA/BAOL
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f_4 | July 7, 2010 at 3:14 pm |

salasalamat ah!!!! sa uulitin, haha tnx!!! mabalin pai agdamag? jeje pai ada ammum nga old songs ti kalinga? jay kankanta da idi? usaren mi pang LITERATURE mi, tnx
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4 f | July 12, 2010 at 12:02 pm |

aa siyadi pet na anser na hahaha very simple ngem umpatiritir ti panonot jejeje thankyou..

Anonymous said...

What a meaningful site, ashak yangay adi ay maibisita na site anna, I would like to thank the person who wrote this,I learned a lot from it.tnx. sapay kma ta itultuloy tako ay mang annad cna kinavirgin na ili tako ay sadanga and of our being hospitable.

Agcarao Zaira said...

What a meaningful site, ashak yangay adi ay maibisita na site anna, I would like to thank the person who wrote this,I learned a lot from it.tnx. sapay kma ta itultuloy tako ay mang annad cna kinavirgin na ili tako ay sadanga and of our being hospitable,

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