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From the title itself I was totally astounded when we reach this bridge. From the fresh air coming from the ocean to the breathtaking view at the top was WOW!
4th longest bridge? Why not! :) Cool as wind!
I'm sure I will visit this...More
💚This bridge was constructed under the Marcos Administration (10th Pres. of the Philippines) and was opened to traffic in October 1986. It is 1.128 km long comprising of 76 spans and rises 31 meters above sea level. The two-lane winding bridge hugs the slopes of...More
What a blast this road is. The part over the water is a small portion of this stretch. There is a lot of twists and turns and the views are amazing.
If you ride to Pagudpud you need to make the trip another hour or...More
I'm not really sure why Patapat is a must-see one when you visit Ilocos. I mean, when I went in Palawan, same view or better than Patapat. Also, along the way, you will see magnificent sceneries compared to this one. Still, no regrets that I've...More
There is nothing else to see in here. It is just a road with a mountain on one side and the sea on the other. I did not see any signs of info about the viaduct like how long was it and what places it...More