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Pebbles and Stone Art at Bahay na Bato in Luna

The “Bahay-na-Bato” is now one of the most visited tourist destination by both local and foreign tourist in the region. It was opened for public only last 2015. Before it became available for public as tourist destination, it was only...

(Tangadan Falls, San Gabriel, La Union) 0

Tangadan Falls: A Sight to Look Up to

Thanks to social media, more and more beautiful places in the Philippines are being discovered by tourism. The once exclusively enjoyed by locals are now crowded with tourists and travellers from here and abroad. This is also true to the...

Mga tupang dumiskarte! 1

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...

Colorful pebbles of Luna 4

Pebble Beach of Luna

When we went to the Municipality of Luna, La Union, we noticed that most of the townsfolk there were busy sorting pebbles inside their garages and placing the carefully handpicked ones to a plastic bag with Japanese characters on it....

Leaning Tower of Luna (pun intended) 22

Luna’s Leaning Watchtower (Baluarte)

As the flock and I went along the Pebble Beach of Luna, La Union, we noticed there a very old spherical fort. Named as Baluarte (watchtower), it is said that Spaniards built the stronghold using reddish bricks to prevent threats...