Ilocos is divided into two provinces in the Philippines: Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte. Well, it’s my first time here in Ilocos, that is why my ILOCOS 2017 is lit. My mom and I went to Ilocos last November 30,
Sa sobrang tagal ng byahe, sobrang nakakapagod, sobrang nakakapanghina pero once na makita mo na yung ganda ng ILOCOS ewan ko na lang, lahat ng pagod mo mawawala. So our first itinerary is Vigan-Paoay tour. Calle Crisologo is one beautiful amazing street surrounded by houses built during the Spanish time.
Vigan is a 4th class component city and the capital of Ilocos Sur, Philippines
Sympre nasa Ilocos na ako papalampasin ko pa ba matikman ang Ilocos Bagnet of course not, Ilocos bagnet is so damn delicious same with their Ilocos Empanada. Ang sarap lang sa feeling na nagttravel with my Mom and at the same time nakakalimutan mo yung stress mo sa real life.
Saint Agustine Parish Church
Saint Agustine Parish Church or also known as Bantay Church is a Roman Catholic Church in Bantayan, Ilocos Sur.
To be honest sa lahat ng simbahan that I visited eto yung pinaka magandang simbahan na nakita ko. The Bantay Church and bell tower are monumental witnesses to various atrocities and uprisings
Crisologo Museum is very nice you know? super
@ Paoay Church – Atua de San Agustín de Paoay
Paoay Church is located in Ilocos Norte. Paoay Church is one of the oldest Catholic church in the Philippines.
Bangui Wind Mills is located in Ilocos Norte, the windmills face the sea from where the wind blows towards the land.