Ilocos Region, North of the Philippines

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In no particular order, the following photos are the highlights of my Ilocos Trip. #RIPmanxus
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This is supposedly a photo of me on jet ski, just I got a bit too far from the shore. LOL!

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This view of Hannah’s from the zip line
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The other end of zip line from 1.150 KM.

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Besides the thrill, there are “pictoriable” views while waiting

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Zipline
Island to island zipline in Pagudpod, Ilocos Norte. One of the longest zip lines over the water.
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1.3 KM long Patapat Viaduct
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Under the bridge is another view you’ll never miss to take a picture on
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It’s so slippery so I suggest you wear rubber soles on your visit

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Paoay Church, Ilocos Norte – founded 1868
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Vigan’s Calle Crisologo
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Kapurpurawan, Ilocos Norte
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You may take a walk or ride a horse going to the rock formation. But first, photo!
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That is the creamy white limestone formation sculpted by different oceanic tempers. So wonderful!
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Travel buddies GOALS!
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Wind farm in Bangui, Ilocos Norte.
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This is where the electricity of Ilocos Norte comes from. Its propellers were designed based from aircraft wings, how brilliant!
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Malacanan of the North
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Because we’re tired to take the crib tour
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Former President Marcos’

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Taking in all the blessings like…
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Juan Luna Shrine
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Badoc, Ilocos Norte is Juan Luna’s hometown.
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Juan Luna’s bedroom, btw he is THE great painter of Spolarium.
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Juan Luna’s modernized museum – a great painter, sculptor, and an activist of the Philippine Revolution in the late 19th century.

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You must try Saramsam Ylocano Restaurant to complete you Laoag trip.
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To digest all the food we ate at Saramsam, we played “taya-tayaan” in the park, like the “old” careless kids…
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Baluarte!

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The troop moved to Paoay, Laoag, Ilocos Norte.
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This is before I ate all the sands my lungs can take. LOL!
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On of the activities you can try is sand boarding. You may try the easy one while standing, or on your knees. The difficult one is too impossible for me, so i didn’t dare.
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Besides sand boarding, THOU SHALL NOT MISS this 4X4 super WILD ride. It’ll give you a taste of life in less than an hour. You will want to die but struggle to hold on to your survival, LOL! Super WILD! Love it.

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Looking forward to next trip, like…
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#Comfort Room, literally

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Vigan, one of the New 7 Wonder’s of the World. #Bagnet
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There’s no way you won’t love Ilocos
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