Ilocandia Diary part 1: Beautiful, Green Power in Bangui

Text and Photos by Prime Sarmiento

How can something which is primarily used to generate electricity entice travelers that they will go out of their way just to see it?”green” is indeed beautiful! (read more here)

 

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  1. al de cruz Said:

    green indeed is beautiful, and so are your picsture. Sana Ganyan din dito no?

  2. […] a tour group and traveled 11 hours on bus and went all the way north to Ilocandia! This is where I had the chance to see Southeast Asia’s only windmill , eat loads of empanada, bum around in Pagudpud beach and photograph centuries-old churches. The […]


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