The great thing about Lucban in Quezon Province is the eclectic mix of the old and the new. A most charming town, with rows of houses lining up the town’s alleyways, I had the grandest time viewing the busy main road atop a balcony of the Patio Rizal.
It was a busy morning. The main road was teeming with motorists. Yet, even with the noise and the smoke belching from big buses and trucks plying the main thoroughfare, the charisma of the peaceful town emanates from the distinctive old houses which have survived through the years.
The lure of the olden memories swayed back swiftly in the midst of my thoughts while the cooler winds very typical of the Lucban weather (as told by my sister-in-law who’s husband is a native Lucbanin), makes me jittery, I had to hurry down by the stairs and try to roam around the vicinity.
From the plaza, (fronting Lucban’s municipal hall), I’d seen clearly of how the past and the present blended into the harmony of the scenic town…
Where the rows of houses and establishments creates a juggernaut of astounding appeal that makes Lucban worth visiting.
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