(c) Melba’s Farm
(c) St. Jude Thaddeus Shrine
(c) Sacred Heart Church and Seminary
(c) San Antonio Abad Church
(c) Merci Pasalubong Street Party - Parade
(c) Merci Pasalubong
Started as a small bakery, this pasalubong shop is named after a French word for “thank you.” Mr. Jonathan Lo labelled their family venture when he was studying abroad. Merci is one of the strong-growing pasalubong stores in Bacolod. They have two shops in Iloilo City and promise to spread more branches soon. It offers also a lot of pasalubong treats to keep customers satisfied.
Facebook: Merci Pasalubong Treats
(c) Merci Pasalubong Street Party
This is one of my best memories in Bacolod. It was superb fun and awesome! *marked our first Gangnam Style dance in public* Hahaha!
Big thanks to Merci Pasalubong for inviting us!
As told, Merci Pasalubong always have this booth during the festival of Masskara. It is one way to thank their customers and to celebrate the good times of it. So, this year 2013, mark your calendar and don’t miss their big dolls parade, dance and eating competition during the Masskara Festival - Street Party!
(c) San Diego Pro-Cathedral
A 1700s nature-made church turned into wooden and stone structure in 1800s and now in Italian style architecture since 1927.
(c) Cinco De Noviembre and Silay Church Ruins
Cinco de Noviembre - Please check Negros Revolution
Silay Church Ruins - 1926 fire; serves as prayer room of San Diego Pro-Cathedral
(c) More Heritage Homes in Silay: Manuel Hofilena, Pitong Ledesma and Emma Lacson