Thursday, February 9, 2012

Day 2: Vigan Tour



After our lunch at CafĂ© Uno, we started our tour in Pagburnayan Jar Making. If you are going to Vigan do not miss this place, it’s really nice to see how they mold and shape the clay into jars, vase and pots. It looks so easy but I know that it’s difficult.


ang bilis lang niya ginawa





Crisologo Museum: donations only




Syquia Mansion: P20 entrance fee, another place that you should not miss is Syquia Mansion. Dami ko natutunan dito, if there’s no tour guide I will not appreciate it because I’m just seeing old furniture and pictures. But because there’s a tour guide, I understand and appreciate each furniture and house details, things that I have not learned in History class.




ang babae sa gintong salamin. gold talaga ito. sosyal!


Vigan Loam Weaving – I’ve seen this before in Baguio.



Baluarte no entrance fee, I’ll make a separate post for this.



Bantay Church and Bell Tower: donations only



ganda mag pre-nup dito



And our last stop Calle Crisologo, this is included in my top ten places that I want to visit. You can ride kalesa, P50 for one round (isang ikot lang). We’re here past 4PM and hinintay talaga naming gumabi para sa picture. Hehe!






End of our tour


Photo Credit: Glenn Perdido Tolentino
Who is Glenn? He was our driver, tour guide and photographer in our Laoag-Vigan Tour. He has his own DSLR and tripod so wala kami problem sa pictures. =) 
For inquiries, please contact GLENN
Mobile numbers: Globe: 09163343432 Smart: 09395356959 09202749259
Email: luckyguy_joo@yahoo.com luckyguyjoo@gmail.com
Read more: http://www.sulit.com.ph/index.php/vi...OS/2D-1N/3D-2N



15 comments:

  1. Hey Mich! As I said I am eyeing for your Vigan post. Seemed you had a great time in Vigan with your family. We could have met sana for a bloggers' meet-up and I could have toured you around too. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed Ilocos!

    God Bless You!
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    Regards,
    Edmar

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  2. edmar - do you live in ilocos? yes, we enjoyed ilocos so much. =)

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  3. Sorry mich I have to delete my comment above for consistency hehe..

    Well yes, I am from Vigan. Born here.

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  4. ^ei, sayang. tagal pa naman namin sa calle crisologo.

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  5. Di namin napuntahan yang Pagburnayan jar making. Will take note of that.

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  6. It's my first time here and I know that I will be coming back...

    Ganda ng Vigan, this will surely be our next stop pag uwi ni OFW hubby.

    Also. Thanks for the tour guide info..

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  7. Vigan! hindi pa ako nakakapunta dyan, Magaling pala yung tour guide ninyo. Thanks for the share.

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  8. Vigan...isa pa to sa gusto ko puntahan. Thanks for posting Glenn's info. Maganda yung mga kuha nya ha. Hehe. :)

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  9. I must return to Vigan. I visited it when I was still in highschool. I missed that jar-making place and the night shots at Calle Crisologo.

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  10. Lalo ako naeexcite pag nababasa ko mga posts like this! Sa june na kasi ang trip ko, and I can't wait to visit all of these places. =)

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  11. Di ko mapigilan mainlove sa Vigan kahit dalawang beses na ko nakakapunta jan. :) Next time gusto ko itry yung mga ihaw ihaw nila tuwing gabi!

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  12. Nice photos dun sa Jar Making. I wanna try that too. Pag na approve Vacation Leave ko , I will be there this March.

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  13. Calle Crisologo!!!Matagal na kong inlove dyan sa Heritage site na yan. I've never been to Vigan before pero hopefully before the year ends mapuntahan ko na sya. Pagudpud, Vigan, Bagui Windmills, Kapurpurawan rock are some of my target places din pag pumunta dyan.

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  14. I love vigan kaso lang ang init na pag umaga eheh

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  15. your blog site is a great reference....Vigan is our next target destination....

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