Saturday, June 28, 2008

Pagudpud Wind-Up

I know, no amounts of words can surpass the amazing beauty of Pagudpud shown by the photos below. In fact, I do not have to advertise the place because if I have to base everything from the comments you have made in my Pagupud posts, then I gather that you really want to be there and enjoy the places I have been too.

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Bantay Abot Cave, Pagudpud

They call this a cave but it is more of a mountain with a hole. Bantay Abot Cave is just a few minutes away from Blue Lagoon and it is a worthy stop-over when you head to the beach.

Monday, June 23, 2008

Blue Lagoon, Pagudpud

The first thing that comes to my mind when I hear Blue Lagoon is definitely a young and innocent Brooke Shields who is stranded in an island-paradise with some lucky chap. Little did I know that such paradise really exist and I would actually be there.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Kabigan Falls, Pagudpud

One of the main attractions and a must-go-to destination in Pagudpud is the 80 feet waterfall Kabigan Falls. This enchanting waterfalls is located at the eastern part of Barangay Balaoi and is about a 30 minute walk from the national highway.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Patapat, Pagudpud

One of the best thing to experience in the beautiful town of Pagudpud is to drive down its famous Patapat Bridge. Passing there will enable you to see the forested mountain on your right side and an amazing view of the sea on your left side will. You just can't help but be amazed at the feeling that you are being sandwiched by the best elements of nature.

Monday, June 16, 2008

Aqua Grande, Pagudpud

Pagudpud is not all about beaches. In this, and in forthcoming posts, I'll share to you the places that I have wondered while I was in that awesome place starting with the picturesque Aqua Grande.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Saud White Beach, Pagudpud

So much has been said about the haven in the north that is Pagudpud. So when an opportunity presented itself, I readily packed my bags and head to what is considered to be the Boracay of the North.

Friday, June 06, 2008

Cape Bojeador Lighthouse

There is something about Cape Bojeador Lighthouse that is spooky. Maybe because it is old, or maybe it is isolated, or maybe because the weather that time gloomy. But one thing for sure, even if the place is a bit eerie, this Lighthouse is definitely a must place to visit and include if you are touring Ilocos.

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Fort Ilocandia

The most famous and probably the best resort destination in Ilocos Norte is Fort Ilocandia in Laoag City. The place provides a taste of the old hispanic architecture showcasing massive brick walls and thick cobble stones. The interior is accented by carved shiny hardwood planks. A trip into manicured gardens and old-styled hallways takes one back to the 19th century.