“Tara Na! Byahe Tayo!”
Vigan, Ilocos Sur; Fort Ilocandia, Ilocos Norte; Laoag ; Cape Bojeador Lighthouse; Bangui Windfarm; Pagudpud; Kaibigan Falls; Blue Lagoon; Tuguegarao City; Banaue Rice Terraces
This trip was a really memorable one for all of us :c)
taken at the famous Crisologo Street in Vigan city
Paoay Church (all the while we thought that this was the church on the 10 peso bill hihihi)
Saint William Church
view from the veranda of Malacañang of the North
Malacañang of the North with Labsydoo
Sta. Monica Church and Bell Tower in Sarat
Bacarra Bowing Tower
it’s also a sinking bell tower but it’s called the Bowing tower because the structure was leaning (like the tower of pisa) when a huge earthquake struck Ilocos Norte. At present, the top of the tower has already fell down and this is what’s left of it. Most of the fallen parts are still surrounding the area.
tres marias with the South China Sea
Cape Bojeador Lighthouse
super scary experience just to reach the top of the lighthouse!
stucked at the Bangui Windmill Farm!
uhm.. to the left.. nope, to the right..
with Labsydoo at the Windfarm
Laughtrip at Pagudpud
i think it took us quite a while to get this shot because the huge waves were taking davis (our photographer) away..
Trekking towards the hidden falls
goofing around as we got to the falls
the Blue Lagoon is also considered as the Boracay of the North.. you can obviously see why
this is the long curving road across the Pagudpud beach
“Golden Gate Bridge of the North”
Nuestra Señora de Piat in Tuguegarao City
this is the counterpart of Our Lady of Manaoag
Breathtaking view of the Banaue Rice Terraces
Group pic with the Igorots
(they have to be paid whenever you wish to take pictures with them)
an elderly Igorot
trying to go down the steps…but we retreated back because it was just too hot!
part of the picture
what are you pointing at?
with our trademark