Salt and Pepper Steakhouse and Lodge Inn Hotel (Formerly Salt & Pepper Diner)

This restaurant is our first stop when we arrived in Sagada town proper. We haven't had breakfast yet so it's a perfect timing. Nothing is fancy in the restaurant (which I really love) but you'll feel at home as soon as you stepped up the stairs.
We're hungry and cold, thankful that this diner has an unlimited serving of hot coffee. Not to mention that Sagada is known for its best tasting coffee. The coffee is really good that I can't even remember how the breakfast tasted.

Ilocos Empanada

Empanada is another food that Filipinos love to eat.  Not only because it's delicious but also it's affordable for a complete meal.  Empanada is a stuffed bread or pastry baked or fried. It's made by folding dough around stuffing, which consists of different ingredients, depending on which county or town it's made from.

List of Hotels Outside Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam

Please find below the list of accommodations in Ilocos Norte. This is just a list and does not guarantee the current room rates, addresses, contact numbers and quality of service of the hotels. It is advisable that you do a full and thorough research about a specific hotel before booking.

Jame'Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque: The Largest Mosque in Brunei

Locally known as Kiarong Mosque, Jame'Asr Hassanila Bolkiah Mosque was built in 1992 to celebrate the 25th year of the current Sultan's reign.

Kopi Bandar: My Favorite Restaurant in Brunei

Make sure you try the food in this restaurant when you visit Brunei. They are unbelievably delicious and well, for us, very affordable compare to Restoran Kaizen Sushi.

Brunei Darussalam Maritime Museum

Brunei Museum is the National Museum and the largest museum in Brunei. Like the Kampong Ayer Gallery, this museum also has a number of galleries. These are the Islamic-art gallery, a natural history gallery, and a gallery to hold temporary exhibitions.

Mount Pinatubo Crater Lake

Mount Pinatubo is one of the active stratavolcano or composite volcano that was recorded in History when it erupted last June 15, 1991. Its eruption was the second largest terrestrial eruption of the 20th century after the 1912 eruption of Novarupta in the Alaska Peninsula. Before that, however, its eruptive history was unknown to people. 

Tamu Kianggeh (Pasar Kianggeh): Brunei's Cheapest Food and Local Produce

When you go to Brunei and curious about their produce and how they marketed it, go to Tamu Kianggeh or what others call the Kampung Kianggeh open air market. Like any other open air markets, which we also have here in the Philippines, this is the perfect place to buy cheap but fresh vegetables, fruits and other local products.

Ocean Adventure, Subic

Visiting Ocean Adventure is just a last moment decision we made when we're supposed trek to Mt. Pinatubo. It was raining when we arrived at the pit stop going to Mt. Pinatubo and was told that we can't climb.

Sagada Weaving House

When in Sagada, make sure you drop by at the Sagada Weaving House, to buy their products. Sagada is known for it's weaving industry and it's a lot cheaper there than in Manila. I didn't buy though when I was there because it's still expensive for me. That's me trying not to spend!

Church of Saint Mary the Virgin (Anglican Church)

When we're going to visit the Hanging Coffins, we passed by this church. I was curious because of the unique design of this church. Unfortunately, it was closed that time so we just content ourselves in taking pictures outside of the church.

Orange Picking at Rock Farm, Sagada

Sagada is just small province and not much to do or visit there. However, most of the attraction here are really a must see and since it's far from Manila, you would want to visit them all. In case you don't have another chance to visit. Actually, you can visit all of the tourist attractions in just 2 days.
 
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