This is Part V of my Kalinga series. The posts have been consecutive, so it's easy for you to find Parts I to IV, which contain more information about the province - its landscape, its people, and its history.
In this post I will simply share some of the adorable children I saw in the poor mountain village of Buscalan.
Our group came with presents for the children, useful things like toothbrushes and multivitamins, as well as some candies, a rare treat. These were handed out in small bags, one-by-one, so the children were asked to line up in neat lines.
Minutes later, it started to rain, so all the kids ran for cover and the lines were no more.
Buscalan, Kalinga, 2012
Wonder where we were? Here's the map.