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Traveling to Sagada for the first time

What could be more perfect than spending an afternoon on top of a hill while waiting for the sun to settle down behind the arrays of mountains on the horizon. It was the perfect break I needed to relieve myself from the stressful past couple weeks...
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La Paz Sand Dunes in Ilocos Norte

Immediately after we arrived in Ilocos Norte, our group headed to La Paz Sand Dunes in Laoag City, Ilocos Norte. The place is approximately an hour ride from where we were staying. We were advised to go there in the afternoon to avoid the mid-day...
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The Underground River Adventure

This year’s summer was a bit exciting. The glaring heat of the sun was telling me so loud to go out and mill around the white sands of crystal-clear beaches and sightsee the wonders of summertide. So when I got my break, I riffed through my...
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Visita Iglesia: Paoay Church in Ilocos Norte

Paoay Church in Ilocos is one of the four baroque churches in the Philippines identified as UNESCO World Heritage sites. The other three are the Miag-ao Church (Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Church) in Iloilo, the San Agustin Church in Manila and the La...
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Sunset at Bangui Windmills in Ilocos

Maybe it was of pure luck that the trip from Currimao to Bangui took a few hours due to distance and the stop over we did in Burgos to see the Kapurpurawan rock formations. If we had not arrived late in the afternoon, we would not have seen the...
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Kapurpurawan Rock Formations in Ilocos

I went to Ilocos Norte with a little idea on what awaits us. I was only excited about the wind mills in Bangui during our trip that afternoon. Little did I know that something astonishing awaits us. After driving a couple of hours from our hotel in...
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Experiencing Mt. Apo from Camp Sabros

Every since I was in college, I always wanted to experience Mt. Apo. A lot of my high school and college friends who were into mountain climbing have already climbed the peak of Apo. As for me, the highest peak I have climbed maybe was the peak of...
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