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Lakbay Norte: The Lighthouse and Remnants of a Spanish Past

By On January 25, 2016
Ilocos is a noteworthy destination because of its lost in time feel of past and present. A drive or walk through the various municipalities will remind you of our connection to Spain (the good and bad they left). Several old churches and structures that date back hundreds of years ago make this province a good place to travel to over the weekend.

St. Augustine Church & Bantay Belltower

Quirino Chronicles: The Adventure Begins

By On January 18, 2016
Quirino is an adventure and ecotourism destination that is not on everyone's radar but should be. With views like this, who would not want to visit?

Chilling in Lake Danao

By On January 15, 2016
Lake Danao was part of the itinerary during the promotional trip with the Tourism Promotions Board of the Philippines. I honestly do not know much about Ormoc and its attractions so I was open to discovering what this part of Leyte had to offer.

Lake Danao

Heritage Walk: Armenia Street

By On January 11, 2016
Singapore is a culturally-diverse country that has seen British, Chinese, Indian, and Malay influence. This is apparent in the many structural remnants in various streets and alleys.

Lakbay Norte: Kapurpurawan & the Bangui Windmills

By On January 03, 2016
A trip to Ilocos would be incomplete without visiting the famous Kapurpurawan Rock. The tour I joined took us to this unique yet interesting rock formation along with the Bangui Windmills

Kapurpurawan Rock



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