Travel Blogs from Vigan
... beautiful historical past. A restful night and we were up and breakfasted and checking out the shops one last time where Lucy managed to get a beautiful silver bracelet given to her for free by an antique shop owner! Despite the relaxing and beautiful nature of this part of Vigan, we unfortunately had to get moving and had to say goodbye to the horses and cobbled streets of this slice of history before heading on to a rather different location on the coast.... So until then Paalan Da ...
... just donation.
A small garden but it's beautiful. No admission fee.
There are restaurant so visitor can not bring food and water.
This place owned by Mr.Chavit Singson one of the famous family in Vigan.
It's free admission to enter this place. There is an animal show on the stage at 10.00 am.
And a butterfly breeding. You can take a picture beside the tiger.
Ride a poni horse. Beautiful place to snap pictures.
... as they are about half the size of a normal person. The streets are cobblestoned. This city was supposed to be conquered by the Spanish conquistadors in the late 1500s and it kept a lot of the old charms without getting rid of anything. There are a few mansions around Vigan that are now a museum and hotel that former presidents and famous people used to live in that are ...
... influences and very old tower with splendid view. We took picture with church guards and stayed for a while for funeral - open coffin in the middle of the church; people wearing white. They didn’t look like they come for funeral, more like family gathering with chit chatting and smiling. Then we visited an old pottery factory – established in 1824 and Flores Pots & Hidden Garden, created and owned by Francis Flores. The garden came alive ...
... the rice terraces. The farmers are out harvesting the fields. All work is by hand. The terraces are so small, and so inaccessible, you wouldn't able to employ any form of machinery. The format of the rice terraces virtually guarantees that future generations will fill their days with hard manual labour.
The trails ends at the bottom of the valley, where we reach an amazing waterfall, about 200 feet high. Within minutes Ava is fully submerged in ...