Thursday, February 16, 2012

Ilocos Tour

Since the airport is in Laoag City, we looked for the accommodation near that area. Going to Ilocos could be by air or by land transport. We were lucky to find low fares so we grabbed the opportunity. The advantage of using the plane is that you can reach the place in an hour but its disadvantage is that there's a greater turbulence because of the small-sized plane. If you are to use the bus, it may take 8-10 hours of travel and will cost you around 700-1,000 bucks depending on the place you will visit, e.g. Vigan or Laoag.

June 18, 2011, Saturday (last year)

Good morning Ilocos.....my first sunrise up north! Hmn, cool breeze!

Taken 5:00 am of June 18


Today is Rapskie's birthday....what a birthday celebration. I'm sure that this is one of his most unforgettable day coz he spent it with us and his loved one. ;)

Our call time is 6: 00 am for us to visit all the tourist spots there. Can't sleep coz of excitement :D

while waiting
Kuya Glen fetched us at exactly 6:30 a.m. We had our breakfast on the van....Jollibee breakfast on the go :) No time to waste.
Jollibee breakfast meal
Our destinations are the Sand Dunes, Marcos Museum, Sarrat Church and Bell Tower, Cape Bojeador's Lighthouse, Kapurpurawan, The Bangui Windmill, Pagudpod, Patapat Bridge, Blue lagoon, Bantay Abot Cave, Agua Grande and the Paraiso ni Anton.

 I'll post the details separately :)



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