The summer of 2016 was sort of rough for me. I had some down time, and most of my days were spent in bed. I realized that I depended too eagerly on people who did not deserve it from me. So when the chance came to finally have some independence, I went and grabbed it by the throat. My aunt and her family were on their way to Ilocos, and called to ask if I wanted to come. At first, I was hesitant. Honestly though? I had nothing better to do.
Packing my bag was tough. I never really know what to bring, because I always feel like I'd need something even when I wouldn't. My aunt and her family ...
The provincial government of Ilocos Sur aims to develop as eco- tourism and heritage park the 24-hectare reforestation site in Sitio Caniaw, Barangay Taleb here.
Initially, the provincial government has allotted P30 million to fund for the immediate construction of the Caniaw Heritage and Eco-tourism Park project.
Governor Ryan Luis V. Singson said Thursday that a groundbreaking ceremony was successfully held recently at the actual site to signal the formal start of the project.
"The development of the reforestation site is one of our initiatives for our sustainable local tourism indu ...
One of the treasured Filipino traditions of Pasko (Christmas) is the daygon, or caroling. Children, teens, adults, or even the elderly, whether singly or in groups, approach a residence and sing beautiful Christmas songs. After a song or two, the household rewards the performers with money, food, clothes, or other items. Listening to these gentle melodies on the second floor of a Spanish bahay na bato must be a totally awesome experience.
Albeit the absence of the daygon, we decided to visit some of the carefully preserved ancestral homes that make Vigan world-famous. These houses hold a lo ...