After a long day of work, I got back to Dasma to meet up Cris to go to her officemate’s house. Suddenly, my mom and my sister saw me standing beside our meet-up place. hahaha.. Cris saw us and we’ve decided to go all through her officemate’s house.
It is our first time to go to a fiesta in Dasma. Thanks to Ryan for the foods he served and the stories that he tells. 😀 Salamat Ryan 🙂 hehehe sensya na dami kong dala hehehe 😛 Sa uulitin.. wahahah..
After that, we’ve decided to go back to Bayan to watch the fireworks. There’s a lot of people walking, standing and chatting around and, there’s a lot of vehicles driving around the place knowing that the road is closed.
There’s a lot of people who is busy with their smoking habits. And it irritates me every time they blow their smoke through my face!
Another thing is, theres so many some kinda preachers around the corner. They shouting out loud to repent on our sin. They’re bearing a over-sized cardboard with the signs. I am not against to them but I only noticed that – who are they to command us for that? Are they God that doesn’t have sin? Hmm..
Another thing is, there’s so many vendors along the street 🙂 there’s a kakanin vendor, souvenir vendors and so many others.
At exactly 9:00 PM, the program starts. The countdown for a fireworks display was led by Mayor Jenny Barzaga and her husband Gov. Pidi. A fireworks was displayed after the countdown. Yes, it was good, though we can’t see enough due to the trees that blocked the view. I wish that we’ve know more early the location where the fireworks was blown hehehe. But it’s nice enough 🙂
After fireworks display, we’ve decided to go home because we will have our office work the following morning.
The bottom line. The experience is great and we had a great time experiencing it 🙂
I don’t have a picture on that event since my camera didn’t have a battery and I can’t afford to buy a rechargeable battery this time :p