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Nuevaaaaa! Fiestaaaaa!

Okay... I'm not yet over the "mourning", but I don't really have a choice but to get it all over and done with. Oh well... moving on.. ;P

The weekend was grrrrreat! Happy people, events here and there. It was our little town's fiesta last week. It all started with a parade. Which I didn't get to see because I was still very sleepy. So, no pictures of that. Sorry! :(


People were up as early as 6AM to ready up the balloons and cars to be used. One of our cars was part of the event. I got to take a pic of it when it was about to leave our house..




Was awake and all geared up at around 9AM and went right away to the town proper to see the rides. And just as expected... there were a number of really colorful rides. But it was too early so the rides were still empty.



One event we just can't miss was my nephew's Taekwando tournament which we actually watched almost half the day. 1st elimination part was in the morning, the 2nd elimination was after lunch.



He actually won a silver medal.. "CONGRATS ANDY!!!" :) Little kids acting like action stars, high and low kicks here and there, really amusing. So0o0o0 cute! What I found nice in this tournament is that eventhough they were all very serious about the tournament, no one actually threw a tantrum after losing. They congratulated each other and were excited for the winners. I guess it comes with the discipline they learn thru their Taekwando trainings. Really good sportsmanship. Two thumbs up! :) Children should have more activities like this.

There were a number dance performances from the kids...







and also from parents, but I wasn't able to take a pic of that. They were all very happy that they got the chance to perform. :)

Had mass in the afternoon and went around the "peryas and wagwagans" after mass. Wasn't able to take a pic of it because I was warned that my camera might be snatched from me. In the middle of all the festivities people still get the chance to steal. Not nice at all! Tsktsktsk..

Just like any other fiesta, it was a festive one. People from other towns came over to join in the celebration too. All in all, it felt great to be "home" and be among genuinely happy people. Can't wait to be back home again.. :)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

mariaeliza8 said…
Walang pictures ng fooooooood?? hehehe=)
Cza said…
Halu Eliza! :D Wala e... kasi dumadiet din kame remember? :P So iwas food sana. Pero madami din food! Napakain nga din kami e. Haha!
arvic said…
yeah sarap ng food. kinain ko kaagad kaya di na na-picturan. hehehe
dyosa said…
PERYA!!!!

I miss going to fiestas. Alam mo naman dito sa Kamaynilaan, hindi na uso ang mga fiesta na tulad ng ganyan. Onga, bakit walang photos ng food? Hindi kumpleto ang fiesta kapag walang handa. :-)
Dennis Villegas said…
Uy taga Guimba ka pala..dami kong relations dyan ah.

The peechurs are amazing! It's been a long time since I didn't see a Perya!
Dennis Villegas said…
wait..ano yung dahilan ng "mourning"..hmm di ko yata nabasa yun sa blog mo ah? teka mag back read muna ako sa posts mo ;)
Cza said…
@arvic - ang takaw ng dear kooooo. :P *huuugs* hehehe.

@dyosa - wala e.. naubos agad? haha. sarap ng fiesta tlaga!

@dennis - yupyup. Guimba! :D Meron? Aba.. baka kilala ko pa pala family mo. Hehe. Mourning? Ah.. lungkot kasi ako na tapos na vacation. :)
ALiNe said…
Cza , ang cute nung cotume ng bata sa last pix.. hee hee!
Cza said…
Halu Aline! Nakuuu.. nasilaw nga ako sa knila e. Haha!
Pendong Peas said…
Pwede maki Fiesta? hehehe
Cza said…
@Pendong Peas - Haha! Cge lang :)

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