Anyway, it was the hottest of days, I swear, tagak-tak ang pawis … after an hour on the street, I told my husband to bring home the kids as they might catch fever owing to high temp on the streets… naiwan na ako … yeah, thing was I did not get through the sea of humanity during the street dance showdown …. Haisst … I was thinking like if I were a reporter I wouldn’t make it to the top since I don’t know how to sneak through holes to get the good view … anyway, I managed with my little strength left, but not as good as I expected it to be.... sharing some snapshots of what went on this day at Davao City.
Oyanguren St. here at the city
This is the best I can get from where I stood. I bribed the woman selling ‘maruya’ to rent her mono-block chair so I can stand above these heads and took this photo, yikes, it's still too far.….. Luckily, I got the charm…LOL…
The contingents, Waiting for their turn to perform
Any Philippine fiesta would never be complete without ice cream on carts
Street Dancers pose for tourists
Another manifestation of the spirit of oneness of this festivity. Christian and the Muslim.
Kid Street Dancers