Manila Bay offers a spectacular world renowned show every single day that we all call sunset. Wouldn’t it be nice to look at that dinner and the beautiful Manila skyline while you comfortably cruise on the bay with music on your background? Sounds lie a good plot for a romantic movie ey!? But no, this is for real…. Here’s a short video of our Sunset Cruise after our Adventour Challenge in Corregidor.
The Aliwan Festival held every April featuring different festivals found in the country. Any photographer, culture enthusiast or even tourists for that matter would surely enjoy feasting their eyes with
How To Get There
Since it would be the feast day it is advisable that you do not bring a car. However if it is not possible for you not to bring your own vehicle (e.g. if you are driving from the province)
During days when I am off from work and I have got no travel getaway scheduled, I always go back to this place that makes me dream a lot, think a lot. Dream because I get to imagine what could have been
Every 12th of May Valenzuela celebrates the feast of San Roque in Mabolo, Valenzuela.
It is said that during the feast’s procession if a girl gets caught in the middle of a group of dancing men the girl would have a boyfriend or get married that year. And for the men they’ll be blessed with someone as well.
The feast has been celebrated for more than 300 years since the spanish era and is continued to be practiced today with the support of the city government.
Here’s a video of the procession that I took last 2011.
Pack/travel light, there’s gonna be a lot dancing so just bring a water bottle and small towel and extra clothes
Enjoy the procession and don’t be a kill joy if some one asks you to dance with go on and dance.
Enjoy the caridad drinks. There are drinks along the procession route that you can drink as much as you like. They are called caridad.
The procession usually starts around 9am, be sure to be there by 9am
HOW TO GET TO MABOLO/ SAN ROQUE CHAPEL
Take any Malanday bound bus or Jeep. Get off at the end of the route (Mercury/Meralco Malanday)