...if that symbolism was a music, it could have given me massive LSS (Last Song Syndrome) as massive as Paoay Church.
[Paoay, Ilocos Norte Province, Ilocos Region, Luzon Island, Philippines]
Love is powerful. It could change the world. When the love is great, the motivation is greater. In the town of Paoay, I felt love. The people's love for the inheritance that made them whole was immense, hence, motivating them to celebrate and preserve what they've got. The call to preserve their good age-old traditions was evident in the community spirit that unites them.
The Journey to PaoayThe Partas bus where I rode stopped near the crossing of Batac for me to alight. The traffic light turned red. Traffic is not a heavy problem in Batac but people here are disciplined enough to follow the traffic rules. I crossed the almost empty street that was gradually queued by vehicles waiting for the green light.
I entered the hotel and I was surprised to see that the young woman whom I asked for the fare inside the jeep earlier is actually working at the hotel. We saw each other again. Destiny? *Blink*
|MY HOTEL IN PAOAY|
Before my body fell to sleep, I was still thinking of those symbols and what are the significance of those symbols in Paoay. It was intriguing for me. One thing more, I had no idea yet what would be the things that we'd do. Who would be the people I'd be meeting? Who'd be the bloggers? Should I find the answers to these questions later?
...and in the first place, what am I doing in Paoay? Would this be an exclusive adventure in Paoay or there would be surprises outside the town? Why I was here and how long I'd be staying here? Shall I find the answer to that mysterious symbols? How does it look like? | to be continued... |
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► FOOTNOTES, DISCLAIMERS, ACKNOWLEDGMENT, ETC
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