Our first stop is Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, also known as Burgos Lighthouse. It is a cultural heritage located at Burgos, Ilocos Norte.
Located a few minutes further from the lighthouse is the Kapurpurawan Rock Formation.
Bangui Wind Farm is also a sight to behold. Arranged in a single file 20 on shore turbines are spaced 1,070 feet apart facing the South China Sea.
I also get a chance to passed by the 4th longest bridge in the world - Patapat Bridge.
Villa Carlina Resort located at Saud, Pagudpud was a nice resort. Although it lack certain amenities such as swimming pool, function hall and game room. It exudes the ambiance of primitive provincial life.
Sand Dunes is a must try sports in Ilocos Norte.It only cost Php 500 each person. Sadly I don't have a decent picture of me sliding down the sands.
We also get to spends our second night at Palacio de Laoag. For night time strolls, you can get a tricycle to the city park for only Php 15 per person.
Ilocos was also famous for its churches.
You can't go to Vigan City without visiting its famous Calle Crisologo. Although some would say that its street is magical during the night.
Our last stop was Baluarte Hills owned by Chavit Singson. I didn't get to explore much of the place because it was stifling hot but I get to take picture with these two lovelies.