I've arrived to Bontok from Baguio in the evening. I have got down just behiond one of the local central squares. Neighboring streets at this time were the street market. This guest house was in fact the first into which I looked. The room and the guesthouse itself have everything, but at a minimum. Price (300 pesos) corresponded to offered degree of facilities and amenities. I paid for two nights. Despite the proximity of the busiest streets and markets, the interior was quite quiet. Also, I found a computer with internet (terribly slow, but I could check the mail and send letters).
The terminal of minivans to Sagada and Banaue was about 300 meters from the square. It occurs a decent rain, and I gave up the idea to go to Sagada. I asked the driver, and he 'reserved" for me a seat inside. I took my things, they easily returned me my money for the second night, and I quickly reached the square where we were arranging to meet, where I catched my minivan.