More Wild! More Crazy! Only in Bacolod!

At the entrance to the J & L Marañon Art House in Bacolod City

Self Standing Next to Terra Cotta Soldier in J & L Marañon Art House, Bacolod City

The entrance fee is 30 pesos (approximately 70 US cents).  The “caretaker” (Self really cannot refer to the gentle woman as a tour guide, since all she did was smile in a very genial way) appears to be a relative of the owners.  It doesn’t appear that anyone actually lives in the house.  There was a pair of lissome young ladies who were dressing/ undressing for a photo shoot, and were completely indifferent to our un-announced presence.

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

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