It is very cold in Sagada, that’s a given. And although most of the inns advertise that they have hot showers, you must keep in mind the Murphy Law. That those hot showers at times won’t work.
You can still get a shower, but the ice-cold type. So it is best to carry a back-up plan: the potable water heater.
It’s like a long wire with a knob on one end that you put into a pail of water and plug it to the outlet. You wait for a few minutes and the water will heat up. Just don’t be as stupid as I was the first time I used it. I tested the water with my hand to see if it’s already warm enough–without removing the heater first–and I got a shock!
It’s not a deadly shock but still, it was a shock! That was among the most stupid things I ever did in my life.
Anyway, if you can, bring such a device when you go to Sagada. Unless of course you’re used to taking extremely freezing showers.
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