Jun 7, 2011

Kapurpurawan in Burgos, Ilocos Norte

Our last stop before going home to Manila is Kapurpurawan. While on our way to Manila, we just saw the signage going to Kapurpurawan so we just drove to that way since we were curious what does it look like.

Before we got there, we had to take a long on walk on a very rocky path. It was also windy in that place just like in Bangui Windmills. On our way to the rock formation, I saw small pools of clear water and lots of bonsai trees.

I had to be careful because it was very rocky on our way there. But I enjoyed it and didn't notice how hard to get there because I was really amazed with the place.

When we got there, all I could say was wow! Thank God, Manong warned us not to approach this part because we might get hit by the wave and might fall to the sea. I almost went there to check it out. You know, I'm quite usisera everytime we visit a place. LOL

Ang ganda talaga ng Pilipinas =). I think Kapurpurawan comes from the word puraw which means white in Ilocano. I guess it's how they named it. 

We were not able to visit all of the tourist spots in Ilocos so I guess there will be part two for our Ilocos Adventure. Hopefully and fingers crossed, we'll be able to visit Ilocos again. By the way I am Ilocana so we had no problem when it comes to communicating with the locals especially when we got lost. =)

*Sorry this is a late post. We visited Ilocos last December 2011.

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