Delightful Memories (Part 1)


If yes, I’m glad to have someone who has an experience with Festivals. True, it is very happy to join such, however there are some who has not been in a certain occasion. For those who have not been in a festival, let me share some of my experiences in the festivals of our town:

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Delightful Memories (Part 2)

San Isidro Festival (May 15th)

In this festival, we celebrate the feast of St. Isidore the Labourer(locally known as San Isidro). I am always excited to commemorate this particular festival, because every part of the San Isidro Street is filled with arcs that each has “pabitin” on it (hanging fruits, vegetables, and junkfoods). This is done to represent the act of “sharing” that is said to be San Isidro’s trade. People get the “pabitin” after the procession for San Isidro passes that certain spot. Usually, this is done in the afternoon.

True, it is very exciting and enjoyable, however it is not always good to be at the pabitin area. Instead of getting the pabitin, you may get bruises. I remember when I was 9, I cried because I was stepped upon by the excited crowd (plus I get to have some black and blue spots on my arms)ready for the pabitin. Nevertheless, it is fun to just watch the people getting the pabitin, and attending masses for San Isidro with your loving family and friends. Continue reading

A Silaynon’s Story

Do you want to know the way to Silay City? Its history? Its culture? Its arts?

These are but some of the questions nagging my mind since I was here. June 6, afternoon, Mr. Ver Pacete discussed something not only about Silay City but also the entire Negros Occidental. Continue reading

Sweeter than any Sugar…

A tower of passion and life-suport...

I know what’s on your mind right now. Let me guess. You are thinking of desserts and sweet cuisine, aren’t you? Well, this might disappoint you, but you’ve got a wrong guess. Ideally, this blog post is intended for something not just about any sugar cane spread mostly all over the so-called “ Sugar Capital of the Philippines”. Nevertheless it is about something deeper and much more meaningful. For me,it is greater than any sack of sugar sold for a million dollars and more important than any city in this world. What I am trying to pull out is their sanctuaries of art, religion, and history. Continue reading

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