After remembering some Ilonggo words here and there, I would never forget the UNESCO lister, Miag-ao Church. When I went there it was raining hard so I was stuck just gazing on this materpiece. I don’t like being stuck in one place but if you have this in sight while enjoying the hot “batchoy,” you would think twice. It is like a Facebook status you want to “LIKE” and “LIKE” again. These are 2 things that would bring me back to Iloilo besides the sweet Ilonggos.
Enjoying Batchoy in front of the Church of Santo Tomas de Villanueva, Miag-ao, Iloilo
This is about 45minutes to an hour away from Iloilo City. You can ride the jeepneys plying the southern streets of Iloilo going “Miag-ao” or “San Joaquin.” Fare cost PhP50 from the city.
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