If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll know that I always love taking sunset shots. You may think that this one would just be like the one I previously posted, showcasing the beautiful sunset of Bantayan Island. This wandering tableau installment will showcase the collection of snapshots, that give us a glimpse of how sunsets looked like in different parts of the country.
I had a quick visit to my hometown, Dapitan city, last July, and got the chance to visit one of the places where we secretly go to, without telling our parents — most of the kids were never allowed to climb Ilihan hill to avoid accidents. Ilihan hill, commonly known as Ilihan by Dapitanons, is situated at the center of the city, a good strategical place where a fortress was established last 1762 by the Spanish government to protect the early settlers from Pirates.