Pagudpod to Vigan: Pottery Making, Hotel Salcedo de Vigan, Calle Crisologo
Wake up in the morning feeling like P.Diddyâ€¦
grabbed my glasses Iâ€™m out the door Iâ€™m gonna hit Vigan City.
Before I leave, brush my teeth with a bottle of positivity
â€˜Coz when I leave for Vigan, I ainâ€™t cominâ€™ back (yet).
Applyinâ€™ Vaseline on my skin, skinâ€¦
Getting ready for the road trip to Vigan!Â Of course, I have to take care of my dry skin by applying Vaseline Healthy White lotion.Â It has triple whitening effect with an SPF24 which is super enough to protect your skin from harmful sun rays while touring 🙂
Anyway, I woke up early to view the sun rise 🙂
I was the only one up at that time 😛
I love sun rise more than I love the sunset 😀
Road Trip from Pagudpod to Vigan
From Ilocos Norte (Region I), we headed for Ilocos Sur (Region 2).Â It took about 2 â€“ 3 hours of road time.Â All is good and fun when you are with cool, happy awesome people!Â All the time, in the car, we just talked about many random things.
Two places at the same time
When we saw the Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur, we stopped by to take pictures!Â Talkinâ€™ bout being at two places at the same time :DÂ Also, Philippine soldiers were deployed on the border and they were in charge of watching over the boundery.
I really had lots of first time here in this trip!Â Another first I did today was Pottery Making!Â When the store owner demonstrated how he shapes clay into pots, it was amazing.Â It looked so simple, so peaceful, so elegant.Â When I tried to shape my own pot though, I had a hard time.Â You probably need steady hands, inspiration and probably some music to get in tune with what you are doing.
Vigan â€“ Calle Crisologo
This area is a very famous tourist destination.Â The old houses are preserved, thus, putting us in another awesome time capsule!
All we did was take pictures and more pictures :)Â The city is so photogenic 😀