31 July 2010
Two months before this trip, I was in Vigan City with my brother. It was my first time to go thematic as far as pictures are concerned, and for that time, I went for the "in sepia" theme. However, not all places I wanted to see were visited, so when I traveled north again, I made it a point to go back to Vigan City and continue my theme. I have already posted some of the individual places I've visited, so for my last post about Vigan, I decided to compile all the miscellaneous pictures:
Welcome Arch. As what's written in the arch, Vigan City is still 429 meters south, but of course, people can already consider this spot as Vigan City. :) I took this after my visit to Bantay Church, and I had to be in the middle of the road to take this. Good thing the traffic man didn't scold me.
Ceiling Fan. Something I took while eating lunch at Jollibee.
Ebony and Ivory. The piano in the living room of Padre Burgos House. Some of the keys are still okay, actually.
Broken. One of the antique sculptures being sold in Calle Crisologo.
Rain. My very first taste of rain in Vigan. It was good, but bad as well - because I was traveling alone, and I seriously felt alone that time.
Dusk. My favorite time in Calle Crisologo. The rains have stopped, finally.
The money in my wallet was only enough for the fare and some snacks, so after this picture, I walked to the fast food, hailed a tricycle to the bus terminal. I decided to just stay at the terminal and wait for the last trip to Manila - at least there was a TV there.
*** Jenn ***