We Left Laoag right after visiting sand dunes of La Paz in the afternoon, We arrived Pagudpod early in he evening just right for us to check-in and had dinner at Apo Idon Hotel. We had a great time during the day enjoying the sun, sand and the sea waves at the beach front of Apo Idon in Pagudpod. Immidiately right afte lunch, we checked out at the hotel and continue exploring the last phase of Ilocos Norte.
Its a must see and experience driving through Patapat Viaduct. Its a long bridge right beside the sea and the mountain. Nice view! I really dunno if its normal for that area to be gloomy weather at all times, because based on some of the bloggers experience, when they went there, it was drizzling also.
After seeing Patapat Viaduct, we curiously headed to the boundary of Ilocos Norte and Cagayan. There we saw another perfect view of the ocean, just near the boundary. I can’t believe it, I’m almost on the tip-top of luzon! it’s an experience! We do also saw some natural mini falls on the side of the road. I just so love Nature!
After that, we headed back to see the Bangui Windmills and Kang-kang Windmill cafe. Seeing the Gigantic Windmills is so great! Bongga pala talaga! because these 25 Gigantic Windmills generates 40% of the entire Ilocos Norte. Imagine Free 40% current at your electric bill? Wow that’s Bongga!
We hit the road again at once because we might be able o see the light house of Cape Bajeador. Thank God we made it before sunset. Cape Bojeador Lighthouse is such a beauty, nice view of the sunset from the deck of the light house. It’s so old but still well preserved. I dunno if it’s still working, but from afar, you can see the light house light.
After the Light Hose experience, we headed back home here in Manila.
If you want to know more about this trip, like expenses and everything, please visit this Ilocos Vacation Tour article of Fitz.
Here’s the video my friend made for our Ilocos trip.