Travel Blogs from Laoag
... of an opening in the cave ceiling that allows the sun to come into the cave. There is a special area in the cave where mass is held only once a year. It just happens to be tomorrow, good thing too because the cave would have been crowded and we wouldn't have had a tour guide. There are over 300 caves in the region, of you discover one it gets named after you.
We head to Pagudpud, ...
I really enjoyed my adventure in Paoay, Ilocos Norte Sand Dunes....Had fun to ride a 4x4 to see the entire area. What I enjoyed most is the sudden drop from the top which made my Mom screamed to death because of her fear to heights. Wanting more on my next visit...More fun in Sand Dunes...
... br> We bought packed lunch and took a 30-minute trek to Kabigan falls. We had lunch at Kabigan falls. There were a lot of ants in Kabigan falls so if I were to do it again, I’d probably have lunch before trekking. After lunch, we passed by the Timmangtang ...
... expensive for me. Just taken some pictures then return to St.William Church and Bell Tower.
There is a Mass when I arrived at St.William Church so I came inside.
After Mass taken some pictures and also bought two Rosaries as a gift for my brothers.
Because this day was my Birthday so I treat my Pinoy frineds to have dinner at Smart Mall.
Second day I roaming to Laoag city by walking taken some pictures ...
The San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish Church is located at San Nicolas Ilocos Norte. The name of the town came from it. The main product of the town is pottery. This is the town where you can see the Cocacola plantation. The town celebrate its DAMILI FESTIVAL during the month of December. The fiesta starts on December 26 and ends on the 30th.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking