Here’s part two of my Baler travel posts. I’ve been thinking of all those Filipinos and Filipinas who have visited all the 81 provinces in the Philippines, and I’m trying to figure out how many provinces I’ve been to myself – it’s 11, by the way. While it is not my goal to visit all the provinces in the country, I still want to go to as many as I can. Anyhow, here are the two more places I visited when we were in Baler, Aurora.
Diguisit Rock Formation
Rock formations are a beauty of nature, and you guys can check out how I gushed over the other one we saw in Ilocos. While not as pretty as that one, Diguisit Rock Formation do invite you to take lots of photos. It’s also situated near the beach, and you can see a lot of small fishes swimming near the shore.
It seems the only sports I’m remotely good at are the ones that doesn’t require balancing. Anything that resembles any sort of balancing just spells epic fail to me. Thus, surfing and my inability to actually surf. My instructor was nice enough to not be patient with me for an hour before I decided to call it quits. I was jealous of my brothers being really good at surfing on their first tries, but I also enjoyed the beach with my little cousins. I’ll definitely be better at surfing next time. *crosses fingers*
If you guys are planning to take a package tour for a weekend Baler trip, I’m recommending Go Trippers. He’s the one who arranged and drove for both our Ilocos and Baler trips! Totally worth the price as the itinerary is customizable based on where you want to go and all the restos he’s taken to serves good food. This is not a sponsored post, btw. I just really liked Kuya Eric as a tour guide and driver.
PS. If you missed it, here’s part 1 of my Baler trip.