Our last two days in Ilocos became more exciting and unforgettable adventure as we further explore and discover this amazing province. From historical places and churches to its captivating nature — Ilocos is truly a great place to visit.
Here’s another glimpse of the beauty of Ilocos:
The Refmand Farms and Dragon Fruit Plantation
The Kapurpurawan Rock Formation and Windmills
Kapurpurawan Rock Formation was named as such because it showcases a breathtaking view of creamy white and streamlined lime stone formation with windmills nearby.
I didn’t expect the cold and strong wind in this place where I can intensely feel the power of the winds pushing against my back. Most of my pictures have my face covered with my hair, haha. I regret not bringing a ponytail.
The Bangui Windmills
Dear Bangui Windmills, I wished I have witnessed and captured your beauty with a great sunlight, but still, you’re stunning regardless. First time to see roaring and tempestuous waves like this in person.
The Patapat Viaduct
The Blue Lagoon
Cape Bojeador Lighthouse
The Domeless Bell Tower
Pagburnayan Pottery Making
Yay! for pottery making. On our 3rd day in Ilocos, pottery making is what I was excited about in our itinerary. But sadly, I haven’t gotten a chance to experience it for some reason. So, here’s just the picture of the grandson of the national artist for pottery Fidel Antiporga Go. (Sorry guys, I’m not even sure if it’s Fidel but I know he is the grandson, hahaha)
Vitalis Villa Resort / Inmaculata Concepcion Church
Before we go back to Manila, we had a quick visit to Vitalis Villa. It is a greek-style resort they called “Santorini of Ilocos Sur”. Out of curiosity to see the entire resort, I google it until I was amazed how huge and gorgeous it is. Now, I want to go back there!
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