Kadayawan Festival 2015 Schedule of Activities

The Kadayawan Festival is an annual festival in the city of Davao in the Philippines. Its name derives from the friendly greeting “Madayaw”, from the Dabawenyo word “dayaw”, meaning good, valuable, superior or beautiful. 204 more words


A Sneak at Peaceful Davao, Philippines

Inside the temple.


Tired of the day’s activities, my driver/guide stopped here for some foods and San Miguel Lights at Jack’s Ridge overlooking Davao city. This was a nice place to sit back and relax for a while.



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


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


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


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


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