I always booked accommodations ahead of time. But for this trip, it was an abrupt decision to stay overnight. Good thing I was able to print a list Pagudpod accommodations and came across Gloria’s Hometay. Previously named Lucky Sea Resort, we were offered a bungalow house worth P3,500 good for 8 pax plus the beach is just 15mins away from the house. You may contact Ate Gloria at 09285393086.
This beach is considered Boracay of the north by the locals with its fine and ivory colored sand.
Activities include surfing, island hopping and para sailing.
Bangui has a total of 20 units of wind turbines. 15 units were erected in 2005 and another 5 units in 2008.
In 2014, EDC has erected another 50 units of wind turbines in the municipality of Burgos.
Also known as At. Augustine Church and was constructed in 1710. It is also one of the 6 UNESCO World Heritage Site Baroque Church in the Philippines.
One of the main feature of this church is the enormous buttresses (a structure to support the wall), 24 in all, surrounding the church.
The mausoleum was built in 1993 when the government allowed the Marcoses to return to the Philippines in 1992.
Nearby is the museum that houses memorabilia of the Marcos family.