Hotel Tiffany Laoag
Travel Blogs from Laoag
**Note: Somehow some of my photos got exported with Rob's watermark on them. All pictures in this entry are mine :) **
Having woken up to the sweet symphony of jackhammers, welding tools and hammers at 7am today (thank you, Hotel Tiffany!), Rob and I had an early start to our touristing, nevermind that it was unintentional. But first, we …
After a rather draining few days in Manila where we struggled to overcome a potent combination of jetlag, exhaustion accumulated over the past year, plus the draining effects of humidity & smog, we flew north today on a propeller plane to Laoag, a smaller city of about 100,000 in the northern tip of the Philippines (see map!).
A Vigan-Laoag-Pagudpud Tour.
It was 8:45 in the evening, Thursday, January 21, 2010 when we arrived in Laoag International Airport via Cebu Pacific Air (5J-404). All of us are fascinated with the place since everyone is traveling for the first time to Ilocos. And that's where our journey finally started...
We took a small …
... Ilocos Norte Capitol and have a breakfast also look for an internet cafe to print my check in for my flight this afternoon.
I love this city, I have met a nice young boy and girl from General Santos at the Laoag Airport then being a travel mate along my trip from Laoag, Vigan and Pagudpud.
This vacation has a special memory for me as a gift of my birthday also.
Thanks to God that He has guide me along my trip.
... me to Bangui windmills then stop to the border and left my luggage in there.
Change the other tricycle with Kuya Arnold to Cape Bojeador Lighthouse and Kapurawan Rock Formation at Burgos.
The road under renovation to Cape Bojeador Lighthouse and Kapurawan Rock.
Long journey to get this beautiful Kapurawan Rock Formation.
There is a house ride if you won't walk. It's awesome place to visit.