This is the second and last instalment of my Ilocos photo diary. It was again a looong tiring day and a lot of places to see, but it’s all worth it. After we spent hours on the beach (see previous post) we headed out to the iconic Bangui Wind Farm. I didn’t expect to see that many windmills at one place and it’s very huge too! It is very relaxing to watch it go and it provides not only a tourist spot but also a huge contribution in producing natural energy for the northern region of the Philippines.
It was an amazing and un-forgettable experience. The trip was possible thanks to my friends and to Triple8 Travel and Tours. All the iconic places have been worth the looong walks and extremely looooooong drive. Philippines have everything to be proud off. We just need to help hand in hand to protect and preserve our environment for the future generation. Now feast your eyes with our captured moments during the Trip.
Of course you can’t forget to buy “pasalubong”
If you are wondering it’s Biag ni Lam-ang a famous Filipino folk story. lol.As you can see the group is not complete because others couldn’t make it the trail was a long walk to get at the rock formation itself. You can even rent an umbrella and a horse to go there. We are brave enough to walk and just rented an umbrella, unfortunately we ended only on the half trail because it was too long and the sun was just excruciating. But we are still proud of our mini achievement, because the view was still breath taking and the experience walking with your friends through the heat was priceless.
Loooooong walk again. hahaha
BTS of Pri in front of the majestic door. Of course I did mine too 🙂
Truly our trip is memorable and worth it. The beautiful places, historical sites and priceless experience were a great way to cap off our trip. Remember a beautiful place is nothing without the experience you share with someone, especially to your beloved friends.
Places on the photos:
- Bangui Windmills
- Kapurpurawan Rock Formation
- Cape Bojeador Lighthouse
- Vigan – Calle Crisologo
- Banaoang Bridge