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Baroque Churches of the Philippines - UNESCO Heritage Site

The Baroque Churches of the Philippines is the official designation to a collection of four Spanish-era churches in the Philippines, upon its inscription to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2003. 232 more words


How much is too much?

Palpalokada was the most picturesque place I’ve ever photographed. It captured the imagination of people when I first posted it on Facebook.

Three weeks after Ilocos Norte’s best-kept secret came out in the news, a television crew arranged a shoot for its inclusion in a feature story about the country’s paradise-like places. 257 more words


Bangui Wind Farm | The Far-Reaching Ilocandia Trip (Part 4)

After my Kapurpurawan Rock Formation escapade, I took a bus going to Bangui to meet my third Tricycle Driver/Tour Guide in Pagudpud. I was kinda thrilled because I’ve heard that he is a very nice guy, well-spoken and a camwhore, oh yeah! 638 more words


Discovering the cooking of Lidamero's (Jamiroze)

I have to confess to you, dear readers, I’ve been a biased blogger all these years. Out of my loyalty to the late Nana Carmen Dawang of… 350 more words


Kapurpurawan Rock Formation | The Far-Reaching Ilocandia Trip (Part 3)

It was a fifteen-minute ride from Cape Bojeador Lighthouse to Kapurpurawan Rock Formation for 200 pesos, quite expensive but that 200 pesos would include the fare, the tour and let me quote this one “he (The Driver) would serve as my photographer too.” Let’s see. 722 more words


It's More Fun in Ilocos Norte

Ilocos Norte is situated at the northern part of Luzon, Philippines. Easily accessible by plane or buses. Famous for its beaches, ancestral homes and sand dunes. 690 more words