..and so the adventure continues…
Our next destination is the famous seaside of pagudpud. But before you see the pristine and opalescent water, you will be welcome by 2 unusual rocks. I am not sure why it is unusual because its just a normal boulder that was put on that specific space. Well, you decide if it is or not. 🙂
also known as the Lovers Rock
Bantay Abot Cave
You cannot separate Bantay Abot Cave from the Timmantang Rock for they are believed to be lovers, the former being the female and the later is the male. They are collectively termed as “Lover’s Rock”. This rock is like a bell-shaped, hence the name Timmantang. The rock is covered with grass and bushes.
Then we drive through the criss cross street towards Blue Lagoon.
We have our lunch by the sea. We crave for seefoods…and poof we have a sumptuous lunch of lobster, fish and soup…
erratum: since we are so hungry. We are not able to take a pictures of the dishes. Anywho…..YUM YUM!!!
And so, after we have our lunch. We head back to Pugudpud. Since we still have time, we sidetrip in Bangi Windmill
Then we went to Kapurpurawan Rock Formation
The day is almost over. On our way back to Laoag. However, we sidetrip to Laoags famous Dragonfruit Plantation. We were craving for the shake or icecream, however we arrive around 5pm, nothings left. So we just tried there candies.
And that my friends …our adventure ends. This was a once in a lifetime experience. And I am happym because I have the chance to see this wonderful creation God made. I am sorry for the drab colored pictures. I was trying one of the feature on my DSLR. 🙂
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