SAN VICENTE is a barangay whose main street should have been straight except for the vertical bends. There are no significant turns, just rises and dips through mostly religious traffic.

            Waves lash at the wharf that juts out of Barangay San Vicente’s coastline. The wharf marks one end of the street also called San Vicente, it makes its way through the heart of Bogo City, past three of its oldest institutions of learning, and crossing five corners before going up a steep hill towards a magnificent bastion of the Catholic faith that is nestled on top, ashrine to a saint of the same name – San Vicente Ferrer in whose honor Bogo City holds its grandest annual festivities. From and educational and religious standpoint, San Vicente is Bogo City’s main thoroughfare.