Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte
The decorations scattered throughout the resort were tacky (think Jed's Island Resort), but the view and the breeze at the top of the tower were enjoyable enough despite rain and overcast skies.
Vigan, Ilocos Sur
Shooting during crowd-free hours.
The perks of having an ancestral house two blocks away from everybody's favorite tourist trap.
Not the place where we stayed, but we spent about half an hour looking around.
Quite the fancy-looking place, eh?
Bantay Bell Tower
From the tower, one could enjoy the sight of the morning sun rising over the land blanketed by fog. The camera lens even decided to throw a rainbow over the nearby graveyard.
Pug-os Beach, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur
My family has visited this beach countless times throughout the years, but it was only when I took up photography that I bothered to explore beyond the swimming area.
Sulvec Beach, Ilocos Sur
Likewise, the grotto at Sulvec Beach is visible to all passing through the highway, but only a handful of travellers are willing to go down and explore.