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Nearly Forgotten Beauty

It once was the go to place of every beach bum who travels to Ilocos Norte when tourism wasn’t hyped yet. This pristine beach is a 2 kilometer stretch of cream sand, not white as many claim it to be. 461 more words



November 15-19, 2013

A few months before my first vacation back to the mother land from working overseas, I talked to some of my friends and asked them if they are still up for it to do the northloop ride. 1,109 more words


Trip to Kaangrian Falls

From the word “naangri”, an ilocano word which means “mabaho” (don’t judge the place by it’s name). If you’re thinking that the place is stinky, it’s not. 169 more words

Sa Dakong Norte: Ilocandia Trip

Nakaugalian na ng aming pamilya ang mamasyal sa iba’t ibang lugar tuwing bakasyon at nitong nakaraang summer lamang ay nilakbay namin ang probinsya ng Ilocos. Nagkaroon kami ng tatlong araw upang maglibot at doon ko natuklasan ang napakagandang yaman at makapigil hiningang tanawin na taglay ng naturang probinsya. 251 more words

Fun in the sand

Today Tuesday as told by DK.

I never am the adventurous type, well except for food. I don’t like extreme sports and sports in general. I hate going outdoors because of introversion. 523 more words

The Windmills and The Sea

The weather was good. It took me almost one and half a hour to reach Bangui, the town that houses the Bangui Windfarm — Asia’s largest windfarm. 262 more words