Letter no. 18: A Taste of the North (Day 2 & 3)

I finally saw the windmill. For a moment, I felt a sudden peace within. Here are the postcards I got for you Michael on the second and third day of my trip to the North.

with Diana and baby Lexi on her birthday

with Diana and baby Lexi on her birthday

A little drink to forget. Just to replenish. Just a little.

A little drink to forget. Just to replenish. Just a little.

 

2nd floor of the museum.  It has a very classic interior with a touch of silver and gold palette

2nd floor of the Marcos Museum. It has a very classic interior with a touch of silver and gold palette

Marcos photo of the 1970's. The place is where I saw all the remains and memorabilia of the respected former president

Marcos photo of the 1970’s. The place is where I saw all the remains and memorabilia of the respected former president

 

Paoay Church is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. =)

Paoay Church is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. =)

 

a jump to the beat of happiness and zest. A sea at the background

SAND DUNES- A jump to the beat of happiness and zest. A sea at the background.

Sand Dunes is a ride on 4 wheeled truck that drives you to the vast rugged desert-like place. The view is just jaw dropping.

Sand Dunes is a ride on 4 wheeled truck that drives you to the vast rugged desert-like place. The view is just jaw dropping.

Solo shot at the mountain top facing the lighthouse, overlooking the sea

Solo shot at the mountain top facing the lighthouse, overlooking the sea

Us at the foot of the Lighthouse. =) Captivating up high

Us at the foot of the Lighthouse. =) Captivating up high

Climbing my sweat all over a white rock is such a relief of the heart. Wooah

Climbing my sweat all over a white rock is such a relief of the heart. Wooah

getting on top. =)

getting on top. =) @Rock Formation

These captivating windmills are a promise of peace. It just compliments the white sand and blue sky.

These captivating windmills are a promise of peace. It just compliments the white sand and blue sky.

Embracing the world again in the sun, by the seashore with the wind

Embracing the world again in the sun, by the seashore with the wind

I will come back here someday

I will come back here someday

Getting tanner against the light

Getting tanner against the light

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Posted on December 10, 2012, in LETTERS 17-24, LIFE LETTERS, POSTCARDS, TRAVEL LETTERS. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. WOAH… I LOVE THE WINDMILL VIEW. AMAZING. IT LOOKS GREAT!!

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