Archive for the Ilocos Region Category
One of the best way to learn about a city’ history and culture is through its foods. That is also why I make an extra effort just to sample the local dishes in a locality I visit.
And just recently, Electrolux sent us for a food tour, and destination was Ilocos Sur!
Poqui poqui balls
It was already the second day of our tour and nobody can ever stop us from pigging put in Ilocos!
One of the best things at I have ever experienced in my entire life as a travel blogger is that I am able to savor the unique dishes, and at some point in time, even experienced how the locals would prepare these dishes that placed their locality in the culinary map.
Just recently, I was lucky enough to have been invited by Electrolux to join a food tour in the Ilocandia. Wow! When i received the invitation I cleared my calendar just to on this trip.
Why take the bus when you can fly the Airbus? That line I will never forget when we were in Laoag a few weeks ago during the Maiden Flight of SEAIR Tiger Airways. Laoag is the Gateway to Ilocandia, It is in Laoag where all roads leading to adventure sites historical sites Foodie spots begin.
Here are some photos I took during the World Costume Festival held last week in Vigan Ilocos Sur. After all the Lectures, workshops, the grand Parade,we also had some great time exploring the which has also been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This is I guess, the best and the most memorable trip to Ilocos I ever had!
Exchange gifts. Noor Fitrihana gave his Indonesian Ikat, while I gave him a Bukidnon necklace