After the Aurora adventure we decided to continue the bus trip somewhere since Tuguegarrao was no longer on the plate the fact that it will be a long trip going up north and Gabby’s flight going back to Cebu is early on the 5th. Though we already had few options, schedule and weather still part of the considerations.
No direct bus from Baler to Bolinao, so we found ourselves riding the Cabanatuan 6:30AM and after 3hrs, we were salivating and loving the delicious pastries of Edna’s Cakeland after our visit at St. Nicholas de Tolentine’s Cathedral and Gen. Luna’s statue.
Arrived at Bolinao via Tarlac around 6PM and it was raining hard, the good Kuya driver was nice enough to mention that since its late and raining it would be difficult to buy food nearby. Room was pretty much the price we paid for, with queen sized bed, a fan, clean comfort room and small table. We decided to call it a day after we shared the dinner bought near the Terminal.
We woke up early for a morning walk at the beach and what surprised me was the sand – its white and pristine, though it’s a little rocky on the part of the beach where we stayed. Sun was bit shy, we must admit that the beauty was exceptional and can’t deny we love it and a quick swim was next.
Packed our things for the day tour… here’s what next for us.
Bolinao lighthouse was just as beautiful as Burgos in the North.
As described by bloggers, Patar beach is truly magnificent from sand to waves to people. Took gazillion pictures and decided to enjoy the Rock formation nearby. We thought that it was all Bolinao can offer and we are done for the day. Kuya driver graciously brought us to see Earth’s wonder – a pool inside a cave, Wonderful and Enchaned Caves both in Patar amazed me much. stayed there for an hour each cave and the 5-7ft wonder were visited by celebrities and locals. Still raining so we both decided to skip the Falls and directly took the bus going to Alaminos.