Going up north, north of Laoag, translates to photo vomit. It starts with fresh biscocho from the Pasuquin Bakery and ends with “tres dulces” at Bergblick where you can savor bagnet prepared the professional Bavarian way by Chef Detlev Cotte. In between munches and de rigueur explication through the 7-hour northern exposure, at least if you’re with me, you will experience the highlights of the northern Ilocos coastline, yet there is more to thread — the max you can have due to time constraint.
-A Manileño tourist discovers Pasuquin’s famous biscocho.
-From the Cape Bojeador lighthouse, it is the Burgos coastline that beams at daylight.
-Stumbling upon tall, lean and goodlooking Manuever, Joshua Zamora… spontaneity.
-My cool pack at the cultural heritage lighthouse, perched high on the Vigia de Nagparitan hill, first lit in March 30, 1892.
Beyond the high voltage…
–Tsika minute with tourists chilling around.
-5 pay-soses view deck for those who can’t hike to the white rock.
-At the Bangui Windmills area, cutting on a clean view.
-Pagudpud white sand on my toes.
-China goes to Pagudpud:)
-The bomb! My sauerkraut platter, topped with homemade extrayummy-saltyish ham and Chef Detlev-sausage for the pack to share.
-The specialty of the house among other fine specialties — Bergblick Pan with cabbage roll, breaded pork, potatoes and sausage bathed in a special sauce!
And then the OMG butterscotch cake, creme brulee and crepe!!! Om nom nom nom.
-The pack with the Cotte power couple of the house, Maritess and Chef Detlev.
Some photos by Marianne, Mike, Peewee, Arnel and Reny
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