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I was recently in Iloilo to cover the Digital Tourism launch which was spearheaded by Smart Communications in partnership with the local stakeholders from Iloilo City.
Through the Digital Tourism project, tourists as well as locals will be able to obtain information about the various attractions with the your of mobile phones, or tablets.
I love old houses. It’s it’s one reason why I always go back to Silay. The Hofilena ancestral house is just one of the houses that I get to pass by and take photos of its facade. But it was only recently when I got the chance to get inside the mansion.
I always love Silay City. It’s one city that I want ted to explore on foot. I am always fascinated seeing these rows and rows of ancestral houses, especially along the Cinco de Noviembre street.
Looking at these structures, You would know how affluent the people of Silay before. You would learn how they value the importance of arts.
I have done the Silay Photowalk last year on my own. But this time around, I had to make sure that the walk would be more fun and enjoyable. So this time I brought with me blogging friends from Manila to join me on this walk. Don Fitz Rina and I are all ready to go and explore the hidden gems of Silay! I tited this post as Cinco de Noviembre Photowalk since we did the walk on November 4th, a Day before the Holiday in Negros Occidental.