Hotel Tiffany Laoag
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affordable... clean... comfortable
friendly and accommodating Staff
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It was pretty tiring flying, and once I was clear of all that muck and the sun was out, it was getting really warm and then realised I'd only been flying for 2.5 hours, where as it seemed like I'd already been flying all day. The rest of the day was very smooth, and the most favourable wind was down at 1000' all the way til sunset when I climbed up for better radio range and comfort factor. The ...
... Wind Mills
A beautiful spot where you can see several windmills that will blow your mind due to the majestic scenery. The main attraction in Bangui and the wind farm uses 20 units of 70-metre (230 ft) high Vestas V82 1.65 MW wind turbines. So big that you will mistaken it as a torpedo. When we saw the Windmills there , the 5th one is not working due to an Elesi malfunction.
- Pagudpud Beach
... and satisfies enjoy this place, I moved to Presidential center of Ferdinand E Marcos where his corpus keep it.
Because I arrived at 4.00 pm so I have no chance to enter this place.
The open hour at 10.00 to 04.00 pm only.
So I just went outside to buy some pasalabong (a gift from Ilocos Norte) such are Corn, Rice Coffee etc.
The next destination is La Paz Sandunes, I decided not to ride a 4x4 wheels as ...
Part of the journey called "experimental"... DAY 2 spent @ further North of Luzon - Pagudpod, Ilocos Norte... actually, it wasn't Pagudpod that we had much, but the "nearby"...
Long travel as it was... but great tour we really had!
and though i failed to experience the "Boracay of the North" as we weren't able to check in at any Pagudpod's Resort and so, not being able to experience the feel of its white sand (resorts were all fully booked at that time)... ...
... when the Marcoses wielded power during Martial Law, ending with his ouster during the EDSA People Power Revolution in 1986.
Marcos Mausoleum in Batac, Ilocos Norte - Ilocos Norte is dubbed as "Marcos country", referring to the late President Ferdinand Marcos who ruled for two decades in the Philippines and notorious for the countless allegations brought by Martial Law. Batac receives many visitors with one goal in mind- to ...