Casa Teofila Lodge

Address: Pantay Daya, Vigan, Luzon, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pantay Daya, Vigan.
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Travel Blogs from Vigan

Horse drawn carriages and cobbled streets

A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jun 24, 2013

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... various artifacts and pieces from their lives including the very car in which Governor Carmeling Crisologo was ambushed in and the very clothes he wore when he was finally assassinated in the town cathedral. This also included the police pictures of his body after he was shot several times...not very pleasant but thoroughly interesting! A brief stop for coffee in the old town just watching life go by and we walked up the wonderfully cobbled Crisologo Street, taking in some ...

Vigan in an Afternoon

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 13, 2012

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... me and asked if she wanted breakfast. She began gesturing with her fingers to her mouth, so I ordered the same breakfast for her, much to her delight.

No More Mr Bopha
The University of the Cordilleras law faculty brass band was performing a parade just before I boarded my bus at 10 am. The long tiring journey to Vigan was basically a doze in and out trip. But it was not long before I found the bus cruising literally metres next to the South China ...

Vigan, moving back in time

A travel blog entry by ulka on Oct 03, 2012

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... that to bored passengers. The vendors jump in to buses, for free, and get a ride usually for about 5-10 km. During one day they might make about 10 -15 trips – back and forward. I wish we had those vendors in my country!

Once, we even had a beautiful girl with long, black hair and serious look who talked about bible, Jesus, sins and other Christian topics for about 30 minutes, non stop! She just came to the bus and started to talk, standing ...

Rice terraces and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Jun 23, 2012

2 comments, 10 photos

... The scenery around us is breathtaking, rice terraces in every direction. A lushly forested valley floor below. A small village lies in front of us, halfway down the mountain. Jane explains this village called Fidelisan is the oldest village in the Sagada area. It is 600 years old, and the rice terraces around us have been built over the generations by the farmers living here.
The only road into the village is this 2 foot wide path we are taking ...


A travel blog entry by hardiek on Feb 12, 2012

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... the congestion of an exploding population forced onto an infrastructure that fails to keep up. At least on this side of the hill it’s firmly and finally separated from the metropolitical madness that is Bangkok, uh, I mean Manilla. Apparently the population of the Philippines has doubled in the last fifty years, ‘nuff said. I’m starting to dislike these dense congested lowlands so much that I’ve already decided to drop Donsol & Legaspi down in ...