This Heritage Village is actually one of the 14 finalists for the 7 Wonder Cities of the World and it made me proud, knowing that it's from the Philippines. So I took the time to check it out and was so happy that I was able to visit Vigan City. After unpacking and a little … Continue reading VIGAN
Tito Alex's friend dropped us off in the hotel so we could freshen up a bit and fix our stuff. We stayed at My Vigan Home Hotel.
Hidden Garden | Baluarte (Chavit Singson)
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. And I must say, I … Continue reading Marcos Museum and Mausoleum
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 … Continue reading Pagudpud Beach | Hannah’s Resort
Moving on to the next destination: Kapurpurawan Rock Formation. I was so in love with nature that I didn't mind the strong winds blowing and pushing me that I almost stumbled down the rocks.
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). Anyway, the view from the top was amazing and it was cold and windy that the … Continue reading Cape Bojeador