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Remembering Old Times at Calle Crisologo by GirlandBoyThing on Mar 25, 2013When you go to Ilocos Sur, it is a must for you to visit a very popular tourist spot there, Calle Crisologo at Vigan Heritage Village. It’s like travelling back in time during Spanish era. Calle Crisologo also known as Mena Crisologo street na...



VIGAN TOUR: Bantay Belfry & St. Augustine Church by GirlandBoyThing on Mar 23, 2013Bantay Belfry was built in 1951 and this is said to be  the people’s watchtower which is part of the city’s defense that helps in alerting people or warn them against possible enemies On a historical aspect, Banatay Belfry is where Diego Silan...



Vigan Cathedral: St. Paul's Metropolitan Cathedral by Travel Tripsters on Mar 20, 2013Vigan Cathedral is also called St. Paul's Metropolitan Cathedral.  It is found at the heart of Vigan, Ilocos Sur.  It is considered as a major religious landmark in the North Luzon.I just love visiting churches.  Each church is unique...



Travel Food Trip: The Original Vigan Empanada of Ilocos Sur by GirlandBoyThing on Mar 14, 2013Traveling is fun, but it is more fun to travel if you get to taste and eat the delicacies of the places you’ve gone to.  So, I embraced that kind of fun when I went to Vigan, Ilocos Sur. The Vigan people loves vegetables in their cuisine that...



Holy Moments in Vigan by BlauEarth on Feb 19, 2013Vigan's pride, St. Paul's Metropolitan Cathedral aka Vigan Cathedral is a fine example of an excellently managed heritage structure, with the Catholic community the equivalent of the Chinese guardian lions (foo dogs) protecting the front doors. St...



Walking through the Heritage City of Vigan by rjdexplorer on Jan 9, 2013Vigan, a city in the north which is 408 kilometers away from Manila, is the only city in the Philippines that was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List of Sites and Monuments. From the tourism guide of Vigan, entitled as “Amazing Heritage Trea...



Walking through the Heritage City of Vigan by rjdexplorer on Jan 9, 2013Vigan, a city in the north which is 408 kilometers away from Manila, is the only city in the Philippines that was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List of Sites and Monuments. From the tourism guide of Vigan, entitled as “Amazing Heritage Trea...



Travel Bites: The allure of Vigan by Stella Arnaldo's Blogspot on Dec 31, 2012(The belfry of the Shrine to the Nuestra Señora de la Caridad offers an amazing panoramic view of Vigan.) SOMETHING old, something new. Visiting Vigan, the capital of Ilocos Sur, takes hardy... You and your man; tickle your palate; travel the...



Visiting Vigan Cathedral in Ilocos Sur by biancatalks on Dec 19, 2012After visiting Bantay Church, we went to Vigan Cathedral. This church is also known as St. Paul Metropolitan Cathedral. You can already walk to different tourist spots from here. That’s one thing that I love in Ilocos Sur: tourist spots are so...



Vigan Series - The House of Holy (Part 1) by Batoytoy in the City on Sep 17, 2012Vigan is rich in history and culture. There are plenty of things to do and sights to see. The good thing about is the tourist destinations are just minutes away however it requires plenty of time to enjoy everything. Our second day of tour began at t...