561 kilometersa north of Manila lies this picturesque town right at the tip of Luzon where the waves of the West Philippine Sea crash with wild abandon on its beaches. It was an overnight trip by bus that we took which arrived quite late in the morning that’s why when we got to our hotel, we immediately hired a tricycle to take us to the famous Bangui windmills. For two days we went around visiting other famous tourist sights which were all amazing and Instagrammable! The roads were very well paved and there was greenery everywhere with so many ricefields as far as the eye could see. Our driver, who also acted as our tourist guide, took us to the important ones on his list which included the Kapurpurawan rock formation, Kabigan Falls, Patapat Viaduct, Bantay Abot cave, Hannah’s Resort and the Cape Bojeador lighthouse. I vowed that we would come back next time for a longer visit.