The Storyteller’s Imaginarium – Casa San Miguel, Zambales

What lies in the heart of 15 hectare mango tree plantation in Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales is a museum of community heritage for the people, Casa San Miguel, that is.

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All in one. The place highlights the cultural heritage of the people of Zambales and houses several functions into one humble abode.

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Pasilyo!.

Art installations all over the place, all sorts of it.

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It also houses a preschool, workshop for all year round activities and a concert hall for recitals.

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Artifacts and museum pieces all over the place.

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Per aspera ad astra.

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A bed-and-breakfast and a cafe that serves impressive and cheap cuisines for the hungry travellers.

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Integrating culture and community development, modern living in a chateau style   brick and wood house.

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“The use of traveling is to regulate imagination with reality, and instead of thinking of how things may be, see them as they are.” – Samuel Johnson

Go, Carve that Niche,

Rex

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