|"And like the vibrant shade of the sky, I will shine!..." - NixAngel247|
After breakfast, we left Cathy's Resort at 0800H. With our bags all packed up, fully charged camera and cellphones, we are ready for the last leg of this trip. The Pagudpud South Tour.
We started off to the famous Bangui Windmills. Remember why MJ accompanied me here? Yes, it's because of those 20 gigantic windmills. Standing tall along the stretch of Bangui Bay facing the South China Sea. They are also known as the NorthWind Bangui Windmill Farm Project. Excitement spurred our hearts when we saw the windmills from afar. And finally when we're there at the shoreline, it's like WOW! Lucky that somebody thought to have ventured on those energy producing enormous 'fans'. Wonder why the government does not have any project like that for the past administrations to present. Hmmm... Crocs and Lacoste comes to my mind again.. :( Lolong the largest Crocodile in captivity has died, so when will his brothers and sisters in the government follow him? I hope soon.
|MJ and the giant fans|
|My sisters slippers|
Amazed by oversized turbines, we kept on having photos from different angle until we decided to go to our next destination, Kapurpurawan Rock Formation and Cape Bojeador Lighthouse.
Since Kuya Rene's tricycle is prohibited to travel in Burgos, we need to transfer to another tricycle. There we met Manong Ferdinand. He drove us to Kapurpurawan Rock Formation first.
|Kapupurawan Rock Formation|
The sun was scorching hot that day so after a few minutes of photo ops, we decided to go to our next and final stop, Cape Bojeador Lighthouse.
|Cape Bojeador Tower|
|and again... :)|
|with Manong Ferdinand...|