Balay Da Blas Pensionne House
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A big room for a reasonable price! The service is superb, and the saramsam restaurant caters sumptuous food
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... onion, sugarcane, tobacco, and cotton. Ilocos Norte is also noted for its various cottage industries, among which are cloth weaving, pottery-making, blacksmithing, woodcarving and furniture making. Its ethnic population is overwhelmingly Ilocano. Unlike the rest of the region, however, the Roman Catholic Church does not predominate. The Aglipayan Church, Iglesia ni Cristo, and other Protestant groups have strong followings, as well as, animism and ...
... We pass by a monument and I ask what is that, Tom says its a shrine to remember the people who died in a bus accident at that corner. The roads are very winding here and the bus was going too fast and fell off the cliff killing all the passengers. It is also to remind all the other drivers to slow down.
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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, ...
Hello everyone, like I said last time I headed north, firstly I decided to head for Laoag no particular reason it looked off the beaten track tho and I did read in an in flight magazine there is a potential to do sand boarding in a desert near by, which sounded cool. So I boarded a night bus and was ready for the 12 hour journey ( which turned out be less). I was feeling tired which was good I watched some boxing for an hour or so which was being shown on board then got a good ...