San Juan, La Union Is Surfing
February was almost over and derailing ourselves from the train of daily routine was on top of our minds. Later that week, we got back on the road because this month we’re not letting this month end without soaking in salt water. Everything was set, our bags were packed and we were on our way to the bus station. San Juan here we come.
#062: A Family That Spends Time On The Beach Together, Stays Together (San Juan, La Union Series)
A father plays with his son before heading to waters to have a day’s ride.
***San Juan, La Union Series – I’ll be posting 7 photos this week, once a day, from my recent trip in San Juan Launion. Everything in Byaherong Barat, this week is about San Juan and hopefully my blog be finished before Sunday.
An Early Morning Stroll In San Juan, La Union
I was sitting by the rocks at the Southern side of the beach and came across this man, going around from rock to rock searching the low tide for something. Shells, mussels, crabs, must be something.
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The Historical EDSA Shrine
Situated at the corner of Ortigas Avenue, and Epifanio De los Santos Avenue is the EDSA shrine where the historical peaceful revolt of the Filipinos against former President Marcos which ended in a bloodless battle. A statue of the Mother Mary reminds the Filipinos of the historical event that changed the lives of its citizens.