After our lunch at Café 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
|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.
|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. =)
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