Ilocandia Diary Part 2: Nature tripping, Beach bumming

Posted by Prime Sarmiento

The travel coordinator handed me a list of things to bring in this four-day tour of Ilocos region. The regulars in my travel pack are in there: bottled water, comfy shoes, prescription medicine. The list also advises us to have that spirit of adventure and a sense of humor (as, after all, some things always do go wrong when traveling). (read more here)

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  1. […] 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 month of May is the time for Fiesta, harvest season in […]


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