Oval Era Hotel

Address: Victoria Park, Zone 5, Bangued, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Victoria Park, Zone 5, Bangued.
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      Trip to Vigan

      A travel blog entry by joshua.sultan08 on Sep 27, 2014

      On March 2012, I visited the city of Vigan, Illocos with my family. We stayed there about three days. The best months to go there is in the summer, March to June, so you can take a walk on a dry old ground floor and explore the city especially when at night time. Vigan is a small city but it is tiring to walk all day so there are ...

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      ... went to Laoag and stayed in La Elliana for an over-night stay, though it is not as classy as the other hotels, it served its purpose. The next day, we went around and about the city and saw the famous shopping market named sarusarar which offers a lot of native products in the city. This shopping market offers products that cost around P35-P50 each so any class of buyers could freely buy ...

      Vigan, moving back in time

      A travel blog entry by ulka on Oct 03, 2012

      60 photos

      ... handcrafts. It’s easy to imagine how it must have been 200-300-400 years ago.

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      Hiking to a big waterfall and the drive to Vigan

      A travel blog entry by avaslotman on Jun 23, 2012


      This morning we checked out of the Rocky Inn and headed into town to do one more hike. We decided to hike through the rice terraces to a large waterfall. We headed out with a guide named Jane. First we took a ride in a van to the start of the path. After 15 minutes of climbing down crudely built stairs we came to a crude path that took us into a small town. The stairs we had just climbed down was the main way to the town, there was no road going to ...

      Rice terraces and waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 23, 2012

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... path is so steep that most of it consists of stair steps. We wind down at a reasonable clip, but find ourselves being passed by locals, many of them older than us, and carrying a 100 lbs bag of rice on their head. As we continue down the path, we imagine that everything in the village below us, every sheet of roof metal, every bag of cement, every stick of lumber, must have been hand carried down this 'road'.
      Passing through the village ...