2 hours travel time from Laoag, we then head to Vigan Ilocos Sur for a heritage tour. We actually dont know whats in store for us in there. We originally planned to just stroll around Calle Crisologo and have lunch but to our surprise, a lot is in Vigan to see and so we extended a few more hours exploring this Ilocos gem.
As soon as we parked the car, it was like BOOM! Timewarped back to the Spanish era.
We parked near the church together with the other vehicles. Hehe.
Vigan is Padre Burgos' hometown
The very famous strip of Calle Crisologo, a UNESCO world heritage site.
The old facades of the houses.
Waiting for Mi Amor. (Yeah right) HAHA!
Buti walang transport strike when we were there. :))
Meet JR. The kawawang kabayo who gave us a tour. :) I love him! He's not camera shy.
Finally, a shot at Calle Crisologo ive long been wanting!
Under the heat of the sun and too much anticipation and excitement, all of us starved and decided to have our lunch. We asked some "ading" around and they have all directed us to Cafe Uno which is actually just right at the corner of Calle Crisologo. After which, we will be roaming around town with JR and his sister (yes im talking about the kalesa)