Tag Archive: ilocos

Filipi-Know: Pinoy Words I Love.

Words are exceptionally the most commanding force presented to people. The use of such is something we do every single day whenever we talk to people, and even to ourselves. We either have the freedom… Continue reading

Philippines’ Beaches: What’s Not to Love?

The Philippines, being an archipelago, is dotted with innumerable pristine, sparkling beaches. Some white, others black, a few brown, and surprisingly pink too! We have beaches that are as fine as talcum powder… Continue reading

Pinsal Falls (Ilocos Sur, PH)

Pinsal Falls is one of Ilocos Sur’s surprisingly best-kept nature secret. This 85-foot waterfall is located in the town of Santa Maria, which is also the home of the UNESCO-inscribed Santa Maria Church. Pinsal… Continue reading

Luna’s Leaning Baluarte & Pebble Beach (La Union, PH)

Whenever I tell someone that I spent my childhood years in the laidback province of La Union, most of the time I’ll be ask what is more to La Union besides surfing. I… Continue reading

Playa Tropical (Ilocos Norte, PH)

If you are in search for a relaxing beachfront resort in Ilocos, this Balinese-inspired resort in Currimao just might amuse your taste. Created in traditional Balinese architecture, Playa Tropical Resort’s picturesque villas, private… Continue reading

Sulvec Beach & the Grotto by the Sea (Ilocos Sur, PH)

The province of Ilocos Sur is primarily known for its capital city – Vigan. Hence, most people would spend their time in this famous Spanish-inspired “ciudad” (city). While it is true that the… Continue reading

Pangil Coral Rock Garden (Ilocos Norte, PH)

Most people visiting Ilocos in Northern Philippines, would most of the time, make their way to the established tourist destinations of the region (ie Vigan, Laoag, Paoay, Pagudpud to name a few). What… Continue reading

Kapurpurawan Rock Formations (Ilocos Norte, PH)

Every rock they throw, I use it as a stepping stone. A big percentage of the earth is said to be made out of rocks. Rain, wind and other geophysical factors have worn down… Continue reading

Palpalokada (Burgos, Ilocos Norte, PH)

“A story to me means a plot where there is some surprise. Because that is how life is – full of surprises.” — Isaac Bashevis Singer I was in Bacolod when I’ve heard… Continue reading