Wrote about our experience at the Laoag Sand Dunes, located in Ilocos Norte, Philippines.
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It was scorching hot when we went around Calle Crisologo. The sun was high above our heads and the air was sticky and humid. It wasn’t the perfect time to go around the area, but it was the only time that we had. And so, we did.
For me, magic is the ephemeral moments of sunsets. Magic is the split second of when the sky transforms from touches of yellow and orange to a mysterious shade of navy, dotted with stars centered on the shining moon. I supposed it wasn’t called “magic hour” if it wasn’t truly captivating and enchanting, right? During
I’d like to think that nature is an artist. It’s a breathing and moving creator, carving masterpieces in small movements and long intervals. From the gorgeous wonderland beneath the waters to the beautiful formations inland, I guess no one can contest when I say that nature is definitely the greatest artist that we could ever
Exploring the beauty of Ilocos has always been on my bucket list. I’m a sucker for everything beautiful and historical, and I knew Ilocos was just the place for me. The province pretty much has everything that I want — from amazing food (Bagnet! Empanada!) to gorgeous beaches, to colorful architecture and adventure spots —
A couple of months back, I had a chance to explore Baguio City the second time around. I got to reassess the city and create a new impression that was completely different from the last. Together with a handful of bloggers, we jumped in with our bags and experienced what the summer capital has to offer.
I’m always terrified of climbing mountains. That might be a little exaggerated, but the idea of hanging from cliffs and tumbling down to my death just sounds scary to me. I don’t have a weak stamina (I can work for miles) and I’m not as brittle as I think, but I just never really had