Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Iloilo - Guimaras Barkada Trip 1st part

bakasyonista year after specials
may 13-15, 2011 friday to sunday

objective: to visit the best tourist spots that fits my budget at limited amount of time. additional tasks: to celebrate 1 year of enjoying the company together.

tatoy's eatery

museo iloilo city

Bakasyonistas, a year after. reunion of the travel addicts that met last 2010's pahiyas festival/cagbalete island and eventually calling this group as the travelsite name of the organizer.


booked via travelmart in sm megamall last september 2010 for a roundtrip cost of less than php300 per passenger in air philippines, which was also my 1st time on this PAL's budget airline. since we were composed of 11 travelers, all of our transfers were either a van, multicab or taxi, commuting minimized, there's no so much on adventure.

some ancestral house across iloilo city

st. elizabeth cathedral

bell tower infront of st. elizabeth cathedral

miag-ao church

miag-ao church

Please check the downloadable itinerary on the last part of this blog for the tourist spot we have visited. this includes museo iloilo, st. elizabeth cathedral of hungary, miag-ao church,san Joaquin cemetery and jaro church. checking in the serabia manor traveler's lodge and where we hired our van for our city tour. lunch done in Tatoy's while the dinner was in Ted's. around 2300H we went back home to lodge and take our relaxing sleep.

san joaquin cemetery

san joaquin cemetery

another food trip option, ted's batchoy
iloilo - guimaras anniversary trip last part


  1. Haven't explored Iloilo yet (was able to visit when I was a kid), those churches are enough to entice!

  2. I agree with Gay! :) I found San Joaquin the most enticing. I was in Iloilo last January for the Dinagyang Festival; it was so much fun! :) Next time I'll visit Guimaras.


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