Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Pakil, Laguna: Parish of San Pedro Alcantara

Last Saturday, we went to Siniloan, Laguna to attend the wedding of Nikko's cousin. Unfortunately, we made it only to the reception, which lasted a little over two hours.

We found out that the place was near Pakil, which is famous for its spring resorts and its very beautiful Church, the Parish of San Pedro Alcantara. The Pakil Church is home to the miraculous statue of Our Lady of Turumba. We went to visit it and were awed with its architectural design.

Here are some photos:

Outside the Pakil Church

Dress - People are People; Tube Top - Babo/Nava Clothing; Necklace - Cosmopolitan (gift from my law school barkada); Bag - Unlisted; Sandals - Alfani (gift from my Lola Nanay)

With the Bride and Groom

Pakil Church: Parish of San Pedro Alcantara

With Nikko's Tita Moni and his sister, Bettina.

Janna and Nikko
It was a very tiring day but just seeing the old Church and the statue was worth it. Another pilgrimage adventure for Nikko and me. Which reminds me, I gotta head back to Manaoag soon.

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