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    Sidestreet Stalls: Handicrafts, Tropical Fruits & Native Delicacies

    by cyndymc Written Mar 30, 2009

    You need not go far; just outside the Church is a line of food stalls, fruit stands, and handicrafts stores.

    What to buy: Rattan handicrafts from Pozzorubio; tropical fruits (mangoes, chicos,guavas,etc); native delicacies ("Tupig", Ilocos chichacorn, Calasiao "Puto",etc)

    What to pay: Your P100 will go a long way; you'll have lots of fruits/delicacies already.

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    Manaoag Church Religious Stores: Religious Articles and Souvenirs

    by cyndymc Updated Mar 28, 2009

    The Manaoag Church's Religious Stores (there are 2) have all kinds of souvenir and religious items - keychains, car decor, fans, t-shirts, hats, stampitas, novenas and statues/wall hangings of Our Lady of Manaoag, calendars, posters, candles, Holy Water bottles, etc. There are other religious icons/articles for sale at very reasonable prices, absolutely cheaper than those offered by religious stores outside and ambulant vendors.

    What to buy: Almost all religious articles you can think of may be found at the Church Religious Stores.

    What to pay: For P100 or less, you'll be able to buy many novenas and/or religious articles for keepsake or give-away.

    Related to:
    • Historical Travel
    • Religious Travel
    • Road Trip

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