Vigan Ilocos Sur Heritage Tour (Part 3) Hidden Garden, Baluarte and Bagnet and Vigan Longanisa Shopping.
After getting messy at the jar factory, our kutseros brought us to this place called Hidden Garden. For sure my mm would love to be there since she loves plants and flowers and the place indeed is full of it. Not just that, the garden also houses some amazingly beautiful sarimanok (which I thought didnt exist, hehe) and a lot of different kinds of birds.
Yeah I do love the caption. :D
This place also has a cozy cafe inside where people can chill and take some time off cooling down the very warm Vigan weather.
Before leaving the place, we saw this very interesting bonsai...
And as what they say, Best things in life are free! So I do have to consider this as one of the best gardens ive ever visited, coz its for free! No entrance fees. :)
If youre interested in visiting this place, you can visit their website at http://www.hiddengardenvigan.com.ph/ .
I dont really like animals, (well aside from dogs and cats of course which i really love) which made me not fancy zoo's. But this zoo is a winner since its for free. Haha. Owned by the very rich, Chavit Singson, Baluarte is open to public for free. You can see ostriches, pony's, goats, birds and other animals walking side by side with the guests. Generally I did enjoy the experience.
But what actually caught my attention is this gold building, towering at the center of the zoo. Whoa, pano kaya nakawin yan no? :))
Vigan Public Market
Our last stop of the tour is the Vigan Public Market where we bought Vigan Longanisa and Bagnet. We bought Vigan Longanisa for Php 90 per dozen and Php320 pero kilo or Bagnet.
Bought the Bagnet and the Longanisa at this stall. The kuya kutseros are telling me that this stall sells the best.