BACK TO VIGAN
I don’t know if it was the actual case, but it seemed to me that the whole point of going to Vigan was to hunt for bagnet. So barely 2 hours after having lunch at the horrible Bolusan Restaurant, we were again at Irene’s Empanada at the heritage town to eat. This was the last (and so far only) place where we had a taste of bagnet and it was only natural to assume that we can expect to again have bagnet there. Continue reading
The centuries-old Paoay Church, one of the many icons of Ilocos.
Finding nothing better to do on a long weekend at the close of the May, I finally decided to accept the invitation of my work colleague Maricel Estrella for a group tour of the Ilocos. I’ve previously gone to Ilocos Norte a few times in the past, but they were mostly family visits to relatives and back then, I didn’t have yet a proper appreciation for its tourist spots. Since starting to travel as a hobby years ago, I’ve taken an interest in revisiting Ilocos. Continue reading