Places and Pages: Ilocos Norte

……… half of day 2- Hello, Ilocos Norte!

If you think, Ilocos Sur is an amazing place.. wait till you see all the wonderful destinations in Ilocos Norte!

Paoay Church: The church is beyond marvelous. Upon seeing the church, I felt proud that I am a Filipino. Paoay church is like a postcard, only this time, it’s bigger and more…real.

Pinakbet pizza! I know it may sound “eew” at first but you’ve got to try this! It’s really yummy!! Just across the church is the “Home of Pinakbet Pizza, Herencia!”. Happy eating!

Ferdinand Marcos’ Museum: 15 mins away from Paoay Church

Fort Ilocandia: FYI, we did not stay in this hotel. Hahaha! I wish we did, though. Mehehe. 

Day 3

What’s good about Ilocos Norte is that the major tourist destinations are near to each other so it’s not a hassle for the people to tour the whole province.

Cape Bojeador Lighthouse: also known as Burgos lighthouse, Bojeador is a cultural heritage located at the heart of Ilocos Norte.

Kapurpurawan Rock Formation: PUT THIS ON YOUR “PLACES I NEED TO GO BEFORE I DIE” LIST GUYS! Definitely a place you must visit when you are in Ilocos Norte! Just breathtaking. 

Bangui windmills: It feels so good to be able to witness such a beautiful place! These windmills btw, are responsible for Ilocos Norte’s electrical supply. How Eco-friendly, right?

Pagudpud: Finally! Our last destination! Pagudpud is famous for its white sand and crystal clear water! It really is the, ‘Boracay of the North’. 

Patapat Viaduct: located in Pagudpud. I must say that the view of the viaduct from afar was amazing!

There you go! Ilocos is definitely one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to. It’s defffffffinitelyyyy more fun in the Philippines!

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