Diyandi Festival is more than celebrating the city’s patron St. Michael and street dancing.
Parada De Iligan 2012
Last night, I had the chance to join Iligan Blogger’s Society dinner with the participants of Waterfalling Adventure Tour 2.0 at Silvestro. Read about how I love Silvestro’s Bistro here.
Photo Opp with the owner Bryan Silvestro.
It’s great to see old friends I haven’t seen or talked to in what seem like a long time and of course meeting new ones.
Six months after meeting Doi and Edcel in 2007.
Doi soo payat!
Me in shinning shimmering braces glory.
Edcel: Gutom na ko!
WAT 2.0 started last Thursday, September 18, and it will end on Sunday September 22.
I got kilig knowing there is a Tartanilya Express Ride – An Educational Tour around the city streets. On Sunday, September 22, head down to Ramiro Street Corner Quezon Avenue and the Tartanilya will be waiting for you there! Tartanilya are considered king of the roads in the olden days. It’s so good to know the old transportation is still alive in Iligan City.
From September 26-27, there will be a Parada De Iligan Tartanilya Painting Contest. The newly painted and decorated Tartanilyas will be paraded around the city and final judging will be on September 28.
Iligan City Diyandi Festival is a month long celebration. See! It’s more fun in the Philippines! A month long reason to #ExperienceIligan ! Maybe next year?