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... for the first time. Proper waves too, surfer waves. For 4 days we've sat on the golden white sands (yes they were) of a kilometer long bay flanked by an amount of wind farms that puts the UK's feeble efforts to shame, watching the most tranquil of seas. And occasionally jumping in. The sea, despite its South Chinaness, refused to warm up. Which must be due to the isolated nature of the Philippines. It did, however, share that remarkable, beautiful ...
... girlfriend's run off with no car But she's not gone very far Telling tales of happiness and brandy And now I'm sitting by the shore Sipping at my Emperador Luzon on a sunny afternoon Help me, help me, help me sail away Well give me two good reasons why I ought a stay 'cause I love to live so pleasantly In shades of the South China Sea Luzon on a sunny afternoon In the summertime In the summertime In the ...
... with the Vigan hotel breakfast. It would have been nice if they had. I'm not sure what went wrong but something did. We'd had breakfast there the day before and though it had been a bit cold it was just about edible. This time we sat and watched the breakfast area, by the pool, fill up -and with no sign of any breakfast. Whether the staff just didn't show or just couldn't cope with the sheer numbers (the hotel was busy) we don't know but it entered the ...
... and the family enjoy a moderate amount of popularity in the province. Even before one reaches the capital, traces of the "great Ilocano" are unmistakable.
Long before the Spanish galleons came to the Philippines, the coastal plane of Ilocos Norte was already flourishing with business carried out by the Chinese and Japanese traders. The first Spaniards to reach the region were Juan de Salcedo and his men, who were tasked to explore the coast of Luzon ...
... and we arrived 20 minutes "ahead of schedule". Deceptive, if you ask me, since it seems like they're generously padding their flight durations so they can achieve a better on-time record.
Either way, I'm not complaining. Uneventful flights are the best kind. And with NINE flights that Rob and I are taking throughout this trip (LAX-ICN-SIN SIN-MNL MNL-LAO MNL-PPS PPS-MNL MNL-SIN SIN-ICN-LAX: huge carbon footprint, I know...), we certainly hope ...