Three-day tour, April 28- May 1
How do you describe a place that is jam packed with distinct cultures, uncommon cuisine, and a wide range of natural wonders? You guys should check this out!
Our starting point going to Ilocos:
- From Mactan–Cebu International Airport, we took flight plane (Cebu Pacific) going to Manila.
- We arrived at NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport).
But now listen! Here’s the interesting thing that we experienced when we arrived at the airport!
Our Cebu Pac flight was delayed for almost two (2) hours. Thus, our flight that was originally from 5PM was delayed around 6PM.
We arrived in Manila around 7:30PM. But here’s the thing! We have to be in Mall of Asia at 8:00PM to meet our tour facilitator (Ate Janice) as our bus was waiting for us going to Ilocos.
But because of the heavy traffic, we asked Ate Janice to give us more time to meet them. She gave us 30 minutes allowance BUT unfortunately, the traffic was really fugding annoying and we asked her again to give us more time.
Luckily, our taxi driver (at first, we thought he can’t speak bisaya) did fast and furious scene and we arrived at exactly 9:00PM to meet Ate Janice. A VERY HUGE THANKS TO YOU KUYA FOR SAVING OUR TRIP!
Anyhow, it took us seven (7) hours going to Ilocos Norte. For those who want to travel to Ilocos, when you start your Ilocos Norte adventure, you are most likely to start in Laoag. It’s the capital of Ilocos Norte and the center of everything Ilocano.
Check out our adventures!
CAPE BOJEADOR LIGHTHOUSE
MALACANANG OF THE NORTH
Kapurpurawan Rock Formation
Sta. Monica Church and Museo Diocesano
LAPAZ SAND DUNES
CALLE, CRISOLOGO, VIGAN
I tell you! One of the best things about traveling is the food. Ilocano cuisine is simply one of the best. We tried their famous bagnet (tastes “lechon kawali” in bisaya) and you’ll never forget it.
Note: You only live once #YOLO
It’s more fun in the Philippines!