Norte Adventure in 3 Days


Cheers to the young, wild and free… not!

Traveling to places, comes in par with our love for food.

It is our high school dream to go places and explore hidden caves and ridges, swim the blue ocean and ride the waves. We have all the time in the world yet we lack the resources.

That time, we told ourselves that one day when we have the resources, we will reap this into reality.

Years passed and we all graduated on our respective courses, took exams and entered into a good company. Now we have the resources, money and car; but that one thing we have much before is now consumed with schedules and tasks. Time. #ironic

Five years in the making, with short chats through “messenger” and texts; seasoned with weekend quick meetups at the nearest cafe, and overnight movies with chips and noodles; have we come up with this tour. LOL!

Time constraints, time kills, but it also heals. I don’t know where that came from haha, but our point is, time really became relevant to us when we come to age. Even now, writing this blog with time constraints irritates me.

Is there a term we can use to combine excitement and frustration in one? Cause that’s what I feel looking at these great pictures of our travels in the North, and the little time I have to share it with you guys into writings.

End rant. #sorrynotsorry

Anyway, for now we’ll just leave you with glimpse of our escape in the North: Vigan, La Union, Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur and Pagudpud!

Narvacan, Ilocos Sur
Yek and Joanne at Narvacan, Ilocos Sur
Balsa used by fisherman just a few walk away from us


On top of Narvacan Rock Formation, Ilocos Sur
Streets of Vigan
Bantayan Bell Tower at Vigan
Laoag, Ilocos Norte
Kapurpurawan Beach Waves
“The ocean stirs the heart, inspires the imagination and brings eternal joy to the soul.”
-Robert Wyland
Kapurpurawan Rock Formations, Ilocos Norte
Kapurpurawan Rock Formations
Bangui Windmill at the break of dawn.
Dancing Lights at Ilocos Norte
– The Crazies –


Shout out to this group who went far on effort to lace this trip possible. 🙂


Photo Credits: JasperSoriano

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