The LEAD (Laoag Eco-Adventure Development) Movement kids, who helped put the Laoag Sand Dunes on the adventure map, now grown-ups, in a more adultish vid.
So many changes since that trial ride on August 2, 2009 in La Paz. A co-op has brought together LEAD, the originators of sandboarding in the Philippines, and all the other operators who came after LEAD, for a common good, which is to boost tourism in Laoag City and the rest of the North. The expansive dunes which also cover parts of Paoay and Currimao make Ilocos Norte extraordinary. Have you had your own sand adventure yet?
In line with the theme Tourism For All: Promoting Universal Accessibility, of World Tourism Month, gave a talk on “promoting the country to the world through writing and photography” at the Teatro Ilocandia of the Mariano Marcos State University (Batac), before a crowd of students and their advisers from the school’s Tourism department.
Proudly representing the Laoag Eco-Adventure Development (LEAD) Movement, shared in all humility my own personal blogging and writing experience, and the passion, as an illustration to future players in the sphere of tourism. Going global is not anymore a difficult endeavor since the world has gone digital.
Thank you, MMSU! A meaningful World Tourism Month!
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