Xavier School Batch ’77 at the Laoag La Paz Sand Dunes

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The normally placid desert of Laoag transmutes into a happy place just as soon as Batch ’77 of the Xavier School in Greenhills arrives. The visitors chose Ilocos for their latest reunion. Part of their itinerary was a sand adventure with the original Ilocos sandboarding guys, the LEAD Movement, at the La Paz Sand Dunes. Asked them to describe Ilocos Norte in two words. One shouted “Awesome!” Nelson Co fired the matchless non-generic answer. I wouldn’t have even instantly thought of it myself. So expect that in my vocabulary from now on! Read: SANDY:)

Xavier School Batch '77 at the Laoag La Paz Sand DunesXavier School Batch '77 at the Laoag La Paz Sand DunesStaying Alive

Conceivably inspired by the ’77 hit of the Bee Gees, the get-together’s theme is Staying Alive. And shimmy they did.

Ilocos Sandboarding with LEAD MovementLa Paz Sand Dunes, Laoag, PhilippinesSandboarding with LEAD MovementMuseLa  Paz Sand Dunes, LaoagBanterLEAD SenCheers!
Cheers to Life! Thanks, guys!

Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2013

2 thoughts on “Xavier School Batch ’77 at the Laoag La Paz Sand Dunes

  1. Who are all these handsome people driving in droves to the sands of Laoag? Makes the activity really cool and hot all at the same time!

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