Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Northern Philippines: Backpacking Days



April 5-9, 2012


Five (5) Days ... 5 Brave Souls... 2 Regions...  Equals one unforgettable backpacking adventure... 







From the nights spent sleeping in rustic provincial (non-aircon) buses, to those nights spent sleeping in the hard floor of our tents, to those nights lost sleeping under the star-filled sky...From the mad waves that rocked our frail boat as we sailed away from Palaui Island, to our peaceful journey in the cleanest river in the Cagayan Valley Region, to our search for the circadian flights of bats in Pinacanauan River, up to the heavy rains in the sea that showered with passion.


Volcanic rocks. centuries-old lighthouses. windmills. secret coves. capes and seascapes.
..Oh my! My wild mornings and breathtaking sunsets will never be the same again... Backpacking North is definitely worth everything.





  

  




                                                                       video
Here's a little video of our (mis)adventures during our
 days in the rugged North


Cagayan

    Tuguegarao    - Callao Cave, Buntun Bridge, Metropolitan Cathedral, Pinacanauan River,
                                 St. Paul Cathedral/University/ Capitol Hall, Bat Sanctuary
    Piat                   - Basilica of Our Lady Piat
    Palaui Island   - Cape Engano Lighthouse, Cape Engano Cove, Siwangag Cove, Falls
    Sta. Ana           - San Vicente's last kilometer marker, Port, Cagayan Exclusive Economic Zone, 
                                Cagayan Holiday and Leisure Resort
    Claveria
    Appari


Ilocos Norte


     Laoag           - Florida Bus Terminal (hahaha)
     Bangui          -  Windmills
     Burgos          -  Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, Kapurpurawan Rock Formation
     Pagudpud    -  Saud Beach
     






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