A day at Vigan’s Burnayan could easily be predictable and boring, especially for us who’ve been to the place so many times in the past during family trips or school field trips.
Our last visit, however, couldn’t be any less extraordinary. But we didn’t realize it until we left its familiar gates—which, that time, didn’t look quite as familiar as we have always thought.
From sand to jar: this is how the typical Vigan burnay looks like from start to finish
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