|St. Isidore Labradore Church, viewed from the convent and framed by gigantic acacia trees|
St. Isidore Labradore Church and Convent are National Historical Shrines that date all the way back to 1857 when Agustinian Recollects started the construction of these magnificent structures. The convent is considered to be the biggest in Asia during its time and feature wooden floors and pegs that hold together the structure instead of the modern iron nails.
|interiors of the convent, a bit run down though it still had the original flooring and wooden pegs used to hold the structure together|
|old furniture, a place where you can sit and gaze at the main street overlooking the church|
|wooden pegs are used to hold the pieces of the floor together|
|this table is cut from a single tree|
|stairs heading to the second floor of the convent|