Of cobblestone paths and Hispanic houses
Stories Written on Walls
Baluarte’s Miniature Horses
The “Dirty Ice Cream” Guy
Antiques on the Sidewalk
Great photos- love those chairs!
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love your shots. following :-)…
Thanks, Yasmine! :)
Like it bro!
By the way, at manong sorbetero.. Are they just buying or having some troubles? nyahahaha! xD
I really want to go back to Vigan! :D
there’s a goodnews for vigan in n7w.org
Hubby and I also went to Vigan last month. We took lots of photos but none as superb as yours. Yours tell a story…evoke a feeling…stir a memory. Great job. Thanks.
How was your Vigan experience? :)
Amazing photos. I’m a fan already :D
Salamat, Bad Writer! :)
I’ve flown to Vigan, it was my longest solo cross-country flight to date. 2 hours to go up to San Fernando, La Union to get fuel, then another hour to get to Vigan.
That place was awesome! When I got there I pretended that I didn’t know how to speak Filipino at all. Haha! Unfortunately, unlike the salespeople at super malls I’ve been to, the people there were very good at having conversations in English and not just saying, “yes” or “no”.
I had their “Sinanglaw” for lunch, and brought back some Bagnet for my mum, and some Longanisa for a family friend. That bagnet was just delicious!!!!
I was only on the ground for like an hour and a half, I’m surely gonna stay longer on my next visit.
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