Young visitors get to ride a small horse-drawn carriage to tour them around Baluarte ni Chavit Singson in Vigan. (Haidee V. Eugenio)
A potter carefully crafts an earthenware jar with the aid of a potter?s wheel in Pagburnayan, a pottery-making village in Vigan. (Haidee V. Eugenio)
My younger sister Hannah checks out samples of old earthenware jars stockpiled at the back of one of the potteries in Vigan. (Haidee V. Eugenio)
The author, right, stands on one of Vigan’s famed cobblestone streets as a horse-drawn carriage clip clops through ancestral homes that form part of the best preserved example of a planned Spanish colonial town in Asia. (Contributed Photo)
A statute of Leona Florentino, a Filipino poet in the Spanish and Ilocano languages, with signage announcing the gateway to Vigan?s heritage town. (Haidee V. Eugenio)
Jun Dayao Dayao
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