Talking about Bagnet, that deep-fried pork thingie that is a consistent suspect to the swine depopulation scheme (blah blah), one may just think about the Bagnet found in the four corners of the world... I mean the world heritage city of Vigan. But hey, there is a bagnet town 40 minutes away from Vigan called Narvacan that [really] produces great Bagnet. 

So what now? The Bagnet craze has invaded the streets through that Bagnet Festival street dancing which was celebrated December 15, 2012. So now, I won't talk too much. I'm gonna shut my big full-mouth off because I will overdo this post with a lot of [trashy] photos. Sorry for the hideous color and resolution of the photos.

Bagnet Festival 2012
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Bagnet Festival 2012
Bagnet Festival 2012
Bagnet Festival 2012
That's it. Let the photos speak for the fun I experienced. This is the Bagnet Festival 2012 and this has been your #TownExplorer, signing off. Please share if you want to share, uh!
SPEAK YOUR HEART OUT. C'MON! DON'T BE SHY. I PROMISE TO REPLY EXCEPT FOR TROLLS.

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EDMAR GUQUIB

Born and Raised in Vigan, Philippines. Hardcore Ilocano. Genuine Bigueño. Sucker of Long Land Trips. Loves the Highlands. Professional Nurse on Weekdays. Coffee Addict. Travel Blogger in Between. For sponsorship, advertising, event invites and collaborations email me at edmaration@gmail.com.

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8 comments:

  1. Another reason to go back! Sana ma-experience ko rin kahit isang piyesta sa Ilocandia! :D Merry Christmas my friend! :D

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  2. Nice experience!

    Merry Christmas! :D

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  3. Micamyx|Senyorita | Mica, Ilocos misses you a lot, and so I! Naragsak nga Paskuam gayyem! :)

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  4. Marco | Thanks pre, Merry Christmas din sa iyo :-)

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  5. Matagal na preparation ginawa sa festival na to. dami shots ah. Happy New Year po! ^_^

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  6. Henry | Happy New Year din sa iyo Henry. :)

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  7. I thought magpaparada mga bagnet sa kalsada. hehehe, you surely have fun fun fun.

    Happy New Year Ed!

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  8. Sky Summer | Woooot! Baka maalikabukan!@ Haha... Happy New Year Joey and Krissy!

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