And with these things, everywhere must be a religiosity. I'm not telling that all people in Vigan are religious and conservative, but based on the concrete and common setting of Vigan, including it's colonial past, Vigan must be religious and conservative.
|People in Vigan flock in places where there is food at night such as this "ihaw-ihaw" area beside the Vigan Public Market.|
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The people are not in the disco bars. They are in the places to eat and buy food.
But right now, I want to feature in this blog this encounter I have made at Vigan Public Market at night.
Mainly, places to eat during the night awake like an owl around Plaza Burgos and at Crisologo Street where the cobblestone street is located, mostly fine dining and street dining.
But now, this one is different because I just discovered a new place. It is not a formal place, it is very casual. The vendors just situate themselves in a row while grilling the bangus, barbecue, longganiza de Vigan, ngiw-ngiw, hotdog, and others but people from all walks of life visit it in a regular basis. It's more like a street food scenario.
We might not appreciate it because of its very presence everywhere but this place has an attracting magnet. While seeing the people flocking and eating around that area, there is a feeling that you also want to do what they are doing. It feels like you just want to join them.
Well, who would not want to eat in a casual place where everywhere are people who are engaging with food - and eating with friendly strangers.
|This is tinuno nga bangus, my favorite food stuff in this spot.|
The feeling is so very soothing eating in an open air under the neon lights and the stars in the sky with friendly strangers and the smell of the food being grilled while waiting.
However, take your time to eat, you might get choked. Hehe...