Tupang Gala Blog

Emerald waters of the Lusuac Springs 5

Lagayan: Lublob na sa Lusuac Springs!

One of the perks of travelling is that we can discover the hidden gems of every town we visit. Just like what we found out in Barangay Poblacion, Lagayan, Abra, a refreshing spring to swim awaited us to get jumped...

Pikkang Falls of San Juan, Ilocos Sur 0

San Juan: Pikkang Falls

I’ve been visiting San Juan, Ilocos Sur a lot for more than 6 years and have seen its beautiful beaches. But what I didn’t know until my fellow sheep told me last December 2014 was that the town still has...

The green’s stillness meets the current’s swiftness. View from the bridge. 1

Pagudpud: Aqua Grande Stream

It became a habit for the TupangGala flock to rinse to Dakkel A Danum rapids after swimming at the Blue Lagoon of Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte. Just a few meters after the Patapat Bridge, the Dakkel A Danum Bridge can be...

The best things in life are free - entrance to Baluarte is free 13

Vigan: Wild Life Encounter at Baluarte

It became a habit for TupangGala to visit Baluarte every year. This private property of Hon. Chavit Singson is a recreational park which consists of a mini zoo, a butterfly garden, a track for horse-riding, a skeet shooting range, a...

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Pagudpud: Blue Lagoon of Maira-ira Cove

Branded as “The Blue Lagoon”, the Maira-ira Beach is one of the best beaches of Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte. That place is like the main attraction after enjoying the sights of many tourist spots such as Timmangtang Rock and Bantay Abot...

Balay-Anito Falls, Santol, La Union 6

Santol: Bewitching Balay-Anito Falls

There are really no falls included in our itinerary when I and the flock went to Santol, La Union last December 2014 – we just went there to visit our fellow sheep. I was intrigued to the town because Santol...