The Bangui Windmills — the Poor Traveler had been longing to see these enormous electric fans since the news broke that there were plans of harnessing wind energy in the Philippines. I had never seen windmills before (not counting those in kiddie cartoons I used to watch). That’s why standing before these giant fans was such a personal milestone.

On the way to the site, everyone got so excited because we could already see the windmills. Everyone prepared their cameras and flip flops, the girls wore their hair up. When our van finally halted, everyone stormed out of the vehicle as if it were about to explode. It was that crazy.

But the wind was crazier. It was so strong it kept on ruing the Poor Traveler’s poor hair. I wanted to have so many pictures of myself taken at the site but my hair was just a spoiler because of the wind. It actually ruined my mood, to be completely honest. LOL.

We didn’t expect these windmills to be that huge. Of course we knew they were big but NOT that big. It was a little difficult to find the right angle from which we could see most of the towers.

We were also expecting 15 of them but I think there were more. We counted it but now that we’re back in the city, nobody remembers how many are there exactly.

Oh by the way, on the way to the windmills, this signage caught our attention. Just sharing. Funny.

This is a part of the Ilocos tour we availed of for only P3,300 per person. For more posts about the other places we have visited, check out our ILOCOS ROAD TRIP collection.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    One of Man’s magnificent creation. Awesome! Go Bangui Windmills, at least we are back in the map! Proud to be a Banguinean! From L.A. W/ love.

  2. went there to visit my fam during holidays and we stayed on pagudpud beach..amazing and life changing time with the fam and for under 1k a nite..truly worth the journey from Bulacan!!

  3. very nice panoramic view..we’ve been there last holy week 2010 and stayed at Hannah’s beach in tour including Cape Bojeadour, Windmill, Bantay Abot, Patapat bridge, etc… You shouldn’t miss Ilocos Province tour(Ilocos Sur & Norte)…rich in culture and amazing spots…

  4. Yes we’ve been der last jan. And were planing to go bak ds summer in pagudpud wid my hubby and kids. Really a nice place to go vigan, laoag…

  5. J! says:

    I’m a tour guide here in Ilocos. Thanks for visiting our place and sharing it to everyone. Intayon Ilocos. Paoay Kumakaway!

  6. Annie Clarke says:

    i was here from laoag feb 21, 2012, then feb 22 proceed kami sa pagudpud sayang lang at ung falls di ko napasyalan.

  7. Philippines shud use alternative energy to produce electricity, stop relying on Meralco, that kills all the people in the pocket…

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