The weather was really hot and I feel I'm burning alive.(lolz!). During the ride I decided to go to some historical church within Malolos (Bulacan,Philippines). I make my first stop at Sta. Isabel Parish Church to take a little rest. The place was so peaceful and the atmosphere makes me feel good.
After resting I continue riding and my next destination was Malolos Cathedral which also known as Basilica Minore dela Nuestra Señora de Inmaculada Concepcion. This is one of the oldest church here in Bulacan. Here, you'll found the Kalayaan tree which stand more than a hundred years ago(amazing!). Also, if you've watch the coat saver commercial(it's a miracle, no father it's coat saver!), this church was the one featured on that commercial.
My next destination was very popular and historical, it's Barosoain Church also known as Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish.The church recorded some of the important events occurred in the country. While it has been a temporary residence of General Aguinaldo, three major events in Philippine History happened in this church: the convening of the First Philippine Congress (September 15, 1898), the drafting of the Malolos Constitution (September 29, 1898 to January 21, 1899), and the inauguration of the First Philippine Republic (January 23, 1899).
My last destination was my favorite place and very popular in which it was featured in Manila Bulletin news (Food by Remembrance) last June 18, 2005 issue. ^_^. Taken in Manila Bulletin news: "According to many famous writers of Bulacan, Malolos Bahay Pawid (also known through time as the Valenzuela Bahay Pawid,) used to be the famous dating spot in Malolos as early as the Martial Law Era. However, in current times—due to modernity and the need to contend heavy traffic jams within the location—the flyover constructed, adjacent to Malolos Bahay Pawid, by the crossing, makes it difficult for one to notice the famous lugawan. But still, with the quality of Lugaw and the tradition of the LTB—using traditional pugon-style cooking, fueled by ipa and dry wood—Malolos Bahay Pawid, stands, still, as the home of the country’s best lugaw."
Time to go home. Ride safe everyone. :D