Bacolod looks different from my memories as a child… but as I get reacquainted with my city and take a closer look, the more it feels the same. Let’s walk through the streets of this city… and be surprised. Hope you’ll enjoy the walk with me… https://www.facebook.com/BCDwalks.
Standing along the coast of Bangui, Ilocos Norte are what looks like 20 “giant electric fans.” While driving along the highway, one could see the blades of the windmills slowly spinning. Travelers often… Continue reading →
We purposely drove to the farthest end of Ilocos to see a bridge. The Patapat Viaduct is the 4th longest bridge in the Philippines. It is elevated 31 meters over sea level, is 1.3 km… Continue reading →
Dead tired, sweating, aching limbs, sunburnt… we climb back to our vehicle and drove off somewhere for lunch — rather late lunch. I wasn’t really hungry since I’ve been downing bottles after bottles… Continue reading →
The word kapurpurawan means kaputian or whiteness in Ilokano. The place was named as such due to the different majestic white lime stone formations in the area. Located in the town of Burgos,… Continue reading →
Probably, the most recognizable place in Vigan (at least for first timers or those who love travel photos) would be Calle Crisologo. Four blocks of cobblestone streets lined with heritage houses of the… Continue reading →
Sold along side the popular Vigan empanada in the Empanadahan in the plaza area, Okoy is crispy shrimp fritter and served with sukang (vinegar) Ilocos with garlic, onion and hot chili. It’s a popular… Continue reading →