Here's the rest of the Shrine rates... we're so kuripot we decided that we will only pay for one camera only and it will just be Ezra who'll take the photos inside. This is what triggered our photos-and-notes assignments inside. :-)
Once inside, we were required to take off our shoes and use these slippers instead. First stop of the tour was the Sto Nino chapel at the ground floor. This is what will welcome you inside. Notice the wall... it's also in banig pattern...made of wood chips... The banig will be a constant design all over the shrine.
These stautes are actually life-size... gifts to Imelda from another country (that i forgot to note ---fail! hehe).
1.) Ifugao Room. First guest room we saw. Main part of the room is the wood carvings that were even shipped from the Mt. Province. The diorama in this room is about Imelda's life in Tolosa, Leyte when she was 5years old...... I love the chandelier. :-)