Balay Da Blas Pensionne House
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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...
... the Patapat Viaduct, one of the projects of the Filipino dictator, Ferdinand Marcos.
We also visited the Bantay-abot Cave. Our tour guide-driver explained that Bantay-abot used to be a cave but after an earthquake that brought down most of the rocks, ...
From Pagudpud take a bus to Laoag only for PHP 50. From the Bus Terminal take a tricycle to Texicano Hotel for check in and put the luggage.
Then look for a resto for have lunch. After that roaming the city of Laoag.
The first place where I visit was Paoay Church and Lake of Paoay.
Then to the Malacanang of The North where Former President Marcos lived.
A big mansion and have a memorable stuff.
After taken ...
... 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.
... that also serves local cuisine, so... squid fried in shrimp paste shares a page with burgers & fries.
Somehow, food in the Philippines can be extremely greasy, and unfortunately, Macy's Diner was no exception. We choked down the lackluster breakfast (who knew that bacon/ham + eggs and toast would be so tricky to make?) and found ourselves riding in what is referred to as a "motorized tricycle", but in reality, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBalay Da Blas Pensionne House Laoag
A big room for a reasonable price! The service is superb, and the saramsam restaurant caters sumptuous food
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