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The Road Back to Ilocos: The First Day of Touring and Getting Familiar All Over Again

“To travel back to a place for the second time around is not just about exploring but also having the chance of being acquainted with to some old and new friends, and make new unforgettable memories along that journey.” –Jassy… 1,562 more words


Hidden Garden | Baluarte

Second stop: Hidden Garden – This is where you can see and buy different varieties of plants where I bought a “Sanseveria” plant or what they call “Air Purifier”. 145 more words


Marcos Museum and Mausoleum

A few more stop overs before Vigan!

First stop: Marcos Museum and Mausoleum (Taking photos weren’t allowed at the mausoleum)

Taken outside of the museum, there were a lot of people and we had to wait a bit in line so I bought some fresh (so fressssshhhh) Buko (coconut) juice first. 171 more words


Pagudpud Beach | Hannah's Resort

After a long day, we headed to Hannah’s Resort, where we stayed for a night. It was a big piece of land and a part of it was still being developed but there were a lot of activities to do like the usual banana boat and jet ski though the popular one was the Blue Lagoon  Zipline (1.2 km zipline over water) which costs Php 800.00 (sitting) per head. 369 more words


Kapurpurawan Rock Formation | Bangui Windmills

Moving on to the next destination: Kapurpurawan Rock Formation. The moment we got there I took out my phone and snapped a lot of photos because hues of blue and classic white stones met my eye. 204 more words


Cape Bojeador

After a glimpse of Ilocos’ History, we headed to the Burgos Lighthouse in Cape Bojeador in which they said there were ghosts in some parts of the place and should be extra careful (I never liked such scary stories). 145 more words


Museo Ilocos Norte


After the sand adventure, we took some time to check out the Museo Ilocos Norte, a mini museum that showed how life was before in Ilocos. 194 more words