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A Bountiful Celebration: Kadayawan sa Dabaw, Davao City

Going back to the main purpose of my Davao Region adventure, I returned to Davao City at around 2 pm of August 15. I easily found The Royale House Travel Inn & Suites where I will be staying for three days. 348 more words

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Parokya Ni Edgar at Kadayawan sa Davao 2014

Last Kadayawan sa Davao,  a famous local band rocked the streets of  Freedom Park. Though the rain poured, it didn’t stopped the burning desires of the fans to continue rhythmic jumping and I was one of them. 256 more words

Davao

Home Sweet Home

I am truly home. Great.

The best part of being home: FOOD!

And the FRUITS!

August is Davao City’s Kadayawan month, a festival of fruits. Rambutan is being sold at 15p/kilo, durian, lanzones and mangosteen at 20p/kilo. 22 more words

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Kadayawan 2014 Experience

Last August 18, 2014, I was able to watch the Indak-Indak sa Kadalanan or the Street Dancing for the first time live . My family usually just watch it in our dear television because they prefer to be entertained while relaxing. 333 more words

Davao

Kadayawan 2014

August 15, 2014: Indigenous People’s Day at the Agro Compound

August 16, 2014: Indak-indak sa Kadalanan

August 17, 2014: Pamulak: Floral Parade

 

 

 

 

Role Confusion

This is an opinion on the legal authority of local government units through their respective legislative assemblies to issue a persona non grata declaration. 2,206 more words

Persona Non Grata Because of a Joke is TOO MUCH!

#JUSTSAYING  #JustMyTwoCents 

In diplomacy, the term persona non grata (Latin, plural: personae non gratae), literally meaning “an unwelcome person,” refers to a foreign person whose entering or remaining in a particular country is prohibited by that country’s government. 265 more words

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