Walking on the laid-back, groovy and traffic congestion-free streets of Paoay would allow you to get fascinated by this recurring symbolism that's everywhere—that, if you're a curious soul and observant with purpose to learn.
[Paoay, Ilocos Norte Province, Ilocos Region, Luzon Island, Philippines]
Without taking a bath, I left the room with confidence and feeling fresh (from sleep). Fellow bloggers (all were my first time to meet in person except Bernie) were already waiting at the hotel lobby.The walk started with BJ describing everything we saw along the way.
|BJ, OUR TOUR GUIDE SLASH TOURISM OFFICER OF PAOAY|
Revelation 1: The Spirals
|THIS TALIKOGENIC GIRL STOOD WITH GRACE BESIDE A POST WITH A SPIRAL.|
|THIS BOY SHOWED ME THE CHILL WAY TO SPOT YOUR CRUSH WHILE SITTING INSIDE A SHADE WITH SPIRAL ACCENTS.|
Beside the church was a modern-day cobblestone street that complemented very well with the classic and old-world feel of the massive Paoay Church.
It was a pedestrian-friendly street with locals randomly walking and children playing with their bikes. It was so local!
I appreciated Paoay Church more than ever.
|THIS HUGE SPIRAL COMPLEMENTED WELL WITH THE PAOAY CHURCH.|
The story continues.
Revelation 2: The Perimeter Wall
|A CROSS CARVED ON THE PERIMETER WALL OF PAOAY CHURCH|
Above are the first two revelations I learned in Paoay and I swear there's more to be told later on this series.
|CHILDREN RANDOMLY WALKING AROUND TOWN|
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► FOOTNOTES, DISCLAIMERS, ACKNOWLEDGMENT, ETC
 The above story is Part 2 of a blogserye (blog series). Come back soon for the Part 3.
 The stories I told above were actually technical. If you think there were some errors on the facts or theories I mentioned, do not hesitate to correct me because I stand corrected. But please, cite the basis of your argument.
 I would like to thank Mr Bernard Joseph Guerrero of the Paoay tourism office for hosting us in Paoay as well as to the Paoay LGU for welcoming us in your beautiful town!
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 All photos are mine.
 The insights, condition and name of places or properties I mentioned here are based on the facts and situation on the day of my visit. Take note that you may have a different experience when you try or see the properties or places mentioned here. Names of places and properties may also change by time so it's not my responsibility to update all the information on this blog because once published, I already consider it an archive and I won't update my narratives because I want them to become my references of what have happened in the past. I'm very particular of the dates because I want my amazing readers to understand that I am writing stories based on my perspective and insights on the day of my visit. You can see dates almost everywhere on this blog. Exempted from this rule are my travel guide posts that need to be updated.
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