the annual cabugao holy week special
Posted: April 11, 2012 Filed under: photo album, roaming | Tags: beach, cabugao, ilocos, ilocos empanada, vigan
and for the third year in a row, the sunios spent holy week in the small, sunny town of cabugao, ilocos sur. somehow though, we still managed to find new things to do, like visit the ilocos norte museum in laoag and the baluarte in vigan.
staples during the annual homecoming are:
- cheap, fresh seafood(!)
- *the* ilocos empanada
- *the* ilocos longganisa
- lazy afternoons on the veranda
- trip/s to the nearby public beach
- visit/s to vigan
the cheap seafood alone is enough to convince me to pull my manila roots up and re-plant them in cabugao. i can still feel that piece of tuna melting on my tongue!
fresh tuna: 120/kilo. true story.
love, love, love.
instant family picture!
my favorite place in cabugao. 🙂
red, blue and green
grocery-shopping, palengke style
it's a bird! it's a plane! it's...hello kitty!
where mamang and tatang got married 80 years ago.
vegetarian ilocos empanada!
spot the usisero.
the local good friday parade.
little boy by the signpost.
sisters and cousins
museo ilocos norte in laoag
we had no idea what was up with that moustache!
the annual pug-os beach trip!
at baluarte. there were ostriches, reindeers, tigers and even dinosaurs!
vigan ice cream!