Ilocos Norte | TRAVEL

Life within the Bangui Windmill (Ilocos, Norte)

September 30, 2015
All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.  
-Henry Ellis
Life is an affair of decision making.
There’s no such beginning or ending on an over spenning reel. Your mind is whirling in silent pieces. The wind moves you ups and downs.The gusty wind of your heart can hear the beating peace in your life.  You want this, but you want that; because life is a matter of wanting and getting over the dark heat of the sun and hold on for tomorrow’s peace and quiet life. Let it be and let go. Allow yourself to feel the sweet touch of the wind and open for some sweet kisses goodbye.
Choose the best for you!
Lately, I’ve been thinking for quite times to let go the things that once bothering my mind. It’s about choosing the best for myself and not able to rue things again. Soothing every woe and not to hold things anymore, but still keeping the memories well. Because every life’s decisions should be like a windmill that never be down even the huge and heavy storm will come.
Bangui Windmill is the first-ever windmill in the Philippines located on the shoreline in Bangui, Ilocos Norte, facing the West Philippine Sea. There are 20 units of windmill producing electricity up to a maximum capacity of 1.65 MW, for a total of 24.75 MW. That’s fabulous and impressive.
Together with my Cebu’s Angels (Lalaine, Grace and MJ)
Thanks for those people behind it.
The huge and heavy windmills caught our eyes while we were on our road trip to Ilocos Norte. We traveled by private ride, but you can also travel by bus from Laoag to Bangui. It takes about one to two hours, it depends on your transportation. The best time to glimpse and stay longer in the place is at late afternoon. Early morning can cause you sunburn like what we had. It was too hot around 8:00 a.m.

You can also buy reasonable souvenirs in that place. 

Lovelots, Bye for now ♥

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  1. I agree that one should choose what's best for himself/herself. 🙂 Bangui looks like a good place to visit.

    I like your blog's template, by the way!

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