So many places to explore and it is only day 2 of our Ilocos expedition. To start our day and make use of our idle time while waiting for the co-tourists, we had a quick stroll to take some snaps around the area of our meeting place. It is really refreshing to be in a foreign city. That’s why I love travelling because you get to witness locals say things differently and do things differently. A whole new experience of culture and meeting new people. After that brief exploration and contemplation, we made our way to Pagudpud!
The bus dropped us off because they can’t go up. A quick tricycle ride before we reach Cape Bojeador Lighthouse.
Walking was an option but we were forced to walk because of traffic. I am not pleased..
A quick rest before climbing up the stairs to the lighthouse.
They weren’t kidding when they said that it is one of the tourist spots here in Pagudpud because the place was jammed with tourists alike.
You could really feel that spanish era with its brick facade and architectural details.
Cape Bojeador Lighthouse is also known as Burgos Lighthouse. This cultural heritage structure is established in the Spanish colonial period. The lighthouse was first lit in March 30,1982. Isn’t it a beauty? I don’t about you but I’m fascinated. This is actually my first time to be this close to a lighthouse. Too bad we couldn’t get inside. I bet it has a breathtaking view upstairs.
Located just near the Lighthouse is the Kapurpurawan Rock Formations. Upon arriving, we bought water and rented an umbrella immediately cause it was particularly hot in Kapurpurawan maybe because it is near the ocean and it is nearly noon.
Featuring my manly polka dot rented umbrella for 10 pesos. You have an option to walk or ride a horse. Well, we walked because the frugal person inside of us kept insisting.
This wonder of nature is sculpted by the sea, wind and rain.
Kapurpurawan was by far the hottest location in our trip. This was only half of our 2nd day in Ilocos. Stay tuned.
-The Wonder Boy