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My guide informed that this house is 300 years old. While not in the best state of repair it is still worth a visit for the historical aspect alone. Not really sure that the people dressed in some form of traditional clothing added to the...More
The Yap Sandiego ancestral home is a place where you can feel how the ancestors live before. You will be greeted by this lady wearing an old spanish style costume which is a replica of the painting behind here. Then you will be briefed by...More
When our tour guide stopped at this place half of our group said they rather wait in the van.... it was deceiving as the structure looked old and shabby halfhearted, we went in and I’m so glad we did... we learned of this house’s fascinating...More
As a historical writer, being in Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House made me gather a lot of historical romantic plot just in case if I have to write another novel. If you're an avid fan of such historical places like this, you will definitely enjoy here. Plus,...More
The house keeps their original old furnitures, like the dining tables, chairs, bed. There are tour guide who will assist the visitors who will share the family history which will start from the ground floor, 2nd floor and ends at the garden. It is recommended...More
Think of spending about an hour for the tour. It is an open house (still used sometimes by the owner) full of artifacts of cultural and historical significance. Like a museum, but you are allowed to even touch things. Try... More
Think of spending about an hour for the tour. It is an open house (still used sometimes by the owner) full of artifacts of cultural and historical significance. Like a museum, but you are allowed to even touch things. Try to listen to the curator, Ariel. It makes your visit more enjoyable!