Our exploration of the North continues… this day was all about Laoag. Our first stop was Paoay Church. The Philippines is a country mainly composed of Catholics, hence, really old and very beautiful Churches everywhere. For lunch, there’s a popular restaurant near the Church called Herencia. Worst decision ever! See, I am a very understanding […]Read more "From Vigan to Laoag: We Continue to Explore North of the Philippines"
The first time I took the fiancé (yes! we got engaged late last year) back home in the Philippines, I chose destinations that I’ve never been to myself. We kicked things off by travelling up North. In my previous post, From Manila to Vigan: Travelling Back in Time, I shared where we stayed and where […]Read more "Vigan: The Historic Maccas"
Vigan is almost an 8-hour drive from where we were staying in Manila. Since I am not a fan of long drives especially if it’s in public transport, we opted to fly to Laoag via Philippine Airlines then hire a private car to drive us to Vigan proper. My friends on the other hand took […]Read more "From Manila to Vigan: Travelling Back in Time"
The next stop for our monthly scenic walks/hikes was the Wedding Cake Rock. It’s one of those walks where you have to park, walk, then walk back to the car which I am not a fan of as we’ve already established in my previous posts. We started off our day with some nice breakfast at […]Read more "The Wedding Cake Rock"
Phew, this is the last leg of my Great Ocean Road series . After Lorne, we headed straight to the 12 Apostles and the Lorch Ard Gorge. Upon arrival at the very busy Information Centre at the 12 Apostles where helicopter tours depart, we had some refreshments then started our trek to the 12 Apostles. […]Read more "The Great Ocean Road: 12 Apostles"
Do you ever go on a road trip and being on the passenger seat, spot something awesome then scream “STOP!!”… well that’s exactly what happened here.Read more "The Great Ocean Road: Random Stack of Rocks"
45 minutes later then we reached our next stop, a major town called Lorne.Read more "The Great Ocean Road: Lorne"