Edmund and I finished two kilos of lanzones even before we reached Miag-ao Church.
The van that we rented was not a Ford or a Mazda. I am telling you it’s not as comfortable as a Ford.
I am saying this not because we sell Ford and Mazda. I can honestly tell you, mas comfortable umupo ng ilang oras sa Ford.
It is so nice to drive to the country side. Today we are traveling to Antique for the very first time.
Masarap palang mag Visita Iglesia dito sa Iloilo, ang daming old churches.
After an hour, we reached the 250 year old Miag-ao Church that was built by the Spanish Augustinian Missionaries. Miag-ao church is also known as the San Tomas de Villanueva church.
Look at how old- looking the stones are. I like it this way I hope they don’t make the unforgivable mistake of putting plaster and paint.
It looks like a fortress
He’s Noel, our gracious church guide who volunteered to be our photographer too. He’s been the church’s caretaker since he was a little boy.
Para kaming naka upo sa park.
Birhen San Barangay
Noel said the image of the Birhen could be seen on the wall, left side behind my daughter. But look at the images behind my son, there’s a smiling Casper-look-a-like. See that?
Edmund—- ” Ano ba yang pose mo, wag yan, mahalay, eh nasa simbahan ….”
UNESCO World Heritage Site