adventure and travel

Welcoming 2013 With A Bang

2012 had been very memorable to me. It was the year that my efforts finally produced results. Made possible by the guidance of the Almighty, I am offering praises and thanksgiving for all of the blessings He bestowed upon me and at the the same time the people He brought to my life to be a part of my very exciting journey as a person and as an entrepreneur, I am a work in progress. And I am blessed.

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”-JFK


Home will always be my heart is. Yes,I know you might ask,which home? My hometown where I was born is what I consider my first home. For ten years past, I did not spend Christmas with them and this year was an exception. We had so much fun and bonded, took advantage of those years we missed.
Let me take this opportunity to thank also those who came and celebrated with us on my little boy’s birthday party. Your presence means so much, thank you.



Had been very busy attending to my”stuffs” but also enjoyed and took time to record all my activities during the time. I will be sharing to you later the tips and the nearby places that I visited, hotels stayed, for your reference when you are at my beloved hometown Philippines, but first let me start with Cebu’s yearly grand parade offered to our Patron Saint “little Jesus” Senior Sto. Nino of CEBU which is known to everyone, a tourist flocking considered festival here, the Sinulog Mardi Gras!


The city was dressed in all colour’s, drums you can hear everywhere. People not minding the heat, everyone you see had that festive look on their face. The Basilica del Sto. Nino was our first destination. Squeezed ourselves unto the thick line of people inside and heared mass before anything. Then, off we go to the streets, where the fun begins! Long to experience that street dancing parade.. My time has come!^.^













A. Free Interpretation Category
First Place — Tribu Lingganay of Alang-Alang, Leyte
Second Place — Lumad Basakanon
Third Place — Tribu Himag-Ulaw of Placer, Masbate
Fourth Place — Talamban National High School
Fifth Place — The Land of Beauty and Bounty
Best in Costume and Musicality — Lumad Basakanon
B. Sinulog-Based Category
First Place — Tangub City’s Sinanduloy Cultural Troupe
Second Place — Carcar City Division
Third Place — Kulturang Placereño of Masbate Dance Troupe-Placer, Masbate
Fourth Place — Talisay City Central School
Fifth Place — Apas National High School
Best in Costume and Musicality — Tangub City’s Sinanduloy Cultural Troupe
C. Street Dancing Category
First Place — Tangub City’s Sinanduloy Cultural Troupe
Second Place — Carcar City Division
Third Place — Lumad Basakanon
D. On-Site Decor Category
First Place — Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas
Second Place — St. Cecilia’s College-Cebu Inc.
Third Place — Manros Plaza
E. Visual Merchandising Category
First Place — Elizabeth Mall
Second Place — Gaisano Main
Third Place — Gaisano Capital-Tisa
F. Higante Category
First Place — Hershiel (H-19)
Second Place — Giovanni B. Abos (H-09)
Third Place — Julius J. Buligan (H-08)
G. Float Category
First Place — Lactobiotics Worlwide Corporation (F-09)
Second Place — Casino Femme Alcohol (F-34)
Third Place — Rose Pharmacy Inc. (F-10)
H. Puppetters Category
First Place — Elvis-Sinulog Rock (P-20)
Second Place — Lebron James-Sinulog Heats (P-21)
Third Place — Jason S. Santiago and Noel Quijada Jr. (P-10)

Tribu Lingganay did it again!CONGRATULATIONS!

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