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The Ilocos Journals - Foodtrip: Cafe Uno @ Vigan, Ilocos Sur

After leaving the Santa Maria Church and checking into Hotel Luna, our first order of business was, of course, to eat! Anyone travelling northwards would know that there are a couple of things that you… 491 more words

Food And Drinks

WATCH: Common Languages and Dialects in the Philippines

The Philippines indeed has a lot of dialects known to its locals from its respective regions. Since all of us in the team are locals of Southern Tagalog, (we speak Tagalog which is basically the basis of the Filipino language) we got curious about how the other regions speak their local dialects while we are making our respective researches for this project. 65 more words

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2016 Project 365, Day 67: Ilocano Meal!

Photo #67: March 7

My dad just came from Cagayan Valley (Claveria, his birthplace), so we had an Ilocano-inspired meal today. He fried fresh dorado and cooked dinengdeng with “alukon” and “bugi” or fish eggs! Yum! Thank you, Papi!!! :D

Lam-ang

Many provinces in the Philippines have epic tales that pre-dates the colonization of the Spaniards. One of this is the Ilokano tale Biag ni Lam-ang (Life of Lam-ang), which is believed to have been written by various poets and passed on from generation to generation. 33 more words

Travel

Amnesia

Nakita ka nga nakaplastar nga agiddan

(I saw you already in bed)

Idin tu ta imbagam kanyak iti mariknam

(After which you said to me how you felt) 206 more words

Poem