Again, I would like to wish you and your family a happy, safe and very prosperous New Year. I also hope you were successful in realizing all the goals you set out to achieve last year.
On a personal level, I was pleased to be able to reach many of my 2010 goals. While I did fall short on a few, great strides were made and I can live with ones missed. After all, I need something to do this year!hihihi.
I gotta say this, blogging is really tough, it’s a hardwork…there are really times when are not so motivated to blog one day or you simply just don’t feel nothing at all…
I have days like that too… I feel that numerous times … There are also instances when I don’t wanna open my blog at all… Strange isn’t it?
But wait, I love my blogs just as much as you love yours. And I have a secret that keeps that love going, and keeps me with my blogs. Everyone can relate to this secret as well, some more than others. What am I talking about? =HAPPINESS!
YES, I previously mentioned something about my OPLAN Happiness and my Jump for Joy Project … My blog looks a little boring, but I know that some of you like it or maybe not at all…. but who cares this is my blog after all…
I’m not a psychologist, expert or anything, but I do have enough happiness now in my life to tell you that it is the key to unlocking a lot of other necessary emotions to keep you going with your Life..
Today, I am gonna share with you the adventure I had during a trip to Ilocos Norte last year… I would also love to hear some things from you folks, I also wanna witness your best jump shots too. At any rate, every time I see these pictures, it made me realize that i am very fortunate enough to BE ABLE to travel from one place to another , meeting different people, learn their dialects, tasting their famous delicacies and other stuff… I would love to hear some of your travel adventures as well! We’re all different, so I am sure there are plenty of great ideas and adventures that you can share. =)
The Bangui Windmills are located in Bangui, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. The windmills, officially referred to as the North Wind Bangui Bay Project, were a project by the NorthWind Development Corporation as a practice renewable energy sources and to help reduce the greenhouse gases that cause global warming. The project is the first “Wind Farm” in the Philippines consisting of wind turbines on-shore facing the South China Sea and considered to be the biggest in Southeast Asia. The project sells electricity to the Ilocos Norte Electric Cooperative (INEC) and provides 40% of the power requirements of Ilocos Norte via Transco Laoag.
Getting there is very easy.
From Laoag, take the Laoag – Cagayan route towards Burgos. After reaching Burgos, watch out for the directional marker on the left side of the road that leads to the Bangui Bay. Follow the dirt road leading to the bay. Some wind mills will already be visible from this point then make a right turn to the bay. Travel time from Laoag will approximately be an hour and a half.
Bangui Windmills I will see you again soon…