Ugu Bigyan Potter’s Garden in Lusacan, Tiaong, Quezon, is a two-part experience. The different forms of pottery displayed all over the place is a feast for the eyes, and the tasty meals are definitely a unique gastronomical delight.
A trip to Vigan is a trip to the past. Traversing the streets of Vigan Heritage Village at night makes that trip extra special.
We were told that visitors could rent a kalesa to tour Vigan Heritage Village up until 9 p.m. and that it’s the best way to experience the townscape, so that’s what we did. Continue reading Vigan at Night
Art enthusiasts vacationing in Baguio City ought to treat themselves to a visit to the artsy house of Peter Pinder at Km.8 Asin Road. Peter specializes in fiberglass sculptures and his artworks can be seen right from the roadside and the gate, up to every corner of his house.
The place is not easy to find. There are no markers, no signs along the road. But people still strive to find this great, relaxing place in Tiaong, Quezon Province.
There’s good food, zen-like garden, and of course, pretty pottery items. It’s a long drive from Manila, but it’s worth it.
Occasionally, Ugu gives pottery and cooking lessons. It’s an ideal place for people wishing to de-stress on a weekend.
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