Monday, June 22, 2015


There are a lot of must-see places here in Ilocos. Our first stop was the Baluarte Zoo.
The owner, Chavit Singson, open the zoo for free. There are tigers, birds and even
a pony to ride on. There are also dinosaur statues to have pictures. Here is my

Another place we visited was the St. Augustine Parish Church, also known as Bantay Church. The Bantay Tower was a historic one.
It served as a watchtower for pirates during the Spanish colonial era, which gave its name Bantay (meaning to guard). Build
in 1590, and the oldest in Ilocos Region.

Another historic place we visited was the Heritage Village in Vigan. We roam around Calle Crisologo riding a "kalesa" (a horse with cart).

Hope you can visit Ilocos Sur too. Sure a historic rich culture.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Baguio City... Summer Capital of the Philippines

Baguio City! Is one of the destination of most people who wants cool summer vacation. Located at an altitude of 1,450 meters above sea level or 4,760 feet. Belonging to the Cordillera Administrative Region. Because of the cool mountain weather, it is considered the Summer Capital of the Philippines.

You know you're near in Baguio City when you see this work of art... The Lion's Head! Never miss the chance to stop at this famous landmark.

The picture above is the road to Baguio City! Nice view up there! Taken during early in the morning. A little bit cold.

There's a lot of tourist destination here in Baguio City. Just visit their official website for more information.

Happy Vacation!!

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