After thinking things through, and asking my dad for an extension, I decided to visit Baluarte.
After touring the Crisologo Museum, I asked the guide, who was then asking me if I wanted to visit the tourist spots with a guide and a rented tricycle (for 500 pesos), where the famed Crisologo street was. He told me it was a few blocks away. I followed where he pointed me to but I still got lost trying to photograph everything (hihi).
Finally, on the third block, I finally found the famed street! Continue reading “Vigan, Ilocos Sur (Pt.2)”
On September 19, my dad had a seminar in Ilocos so I decided to tag along. My mom was the one who suggested that I go around Vigan while my dad went to his seminar. We left Baguio at around 4 AM and arrived in Vigan at 10 AM. We had breakfast (brunch for me) at Jollibee (he-he), then my dad left me to explore on my own.
On the way to Calle Crisologo, I came across the Crisologo Museum. It was free (they only asked for donations) so I decided to check it out. It was an old house and I suppose it was the house the Crisologos lived in before. There were displays about the family, old tools and materials, clothing and modes of transportation.
Days before August 27, I asked my dad if we could go and visit my godmother’s beach house. He said we could, just as long as my brother and I woke up early. We actually did. I honestly woke up soooo early because of excitement (because I’m finally going to see the beach again!) Anyway, our departure from Baguio was a bit delayed so we got there around 11. Note that this was my first trip out of town this year so halfway through the ride, I was already groggy and sick.