M Y F I R S T S E S S I O N I N B L O O M .
Hi readers! It’s been a month since the last time I posted here on my blog. Had been busy with work and business appointments came along the way. Anyway, I just want to share with you my first-ever step to become a lone traveler. Haha. In December 2013, I went to Baguio with my choirmates to participate in an ‘International’ choral event but didn’t have time to explore the entire place. So I decided to come back in February this year to witness the much-awaited Panagbenga Festival and stroll around the town.
Panagbenga Festival happens every February but they open the celebration as early as end of January. According to my friends who happens to live there, they always expect a rainy season everytime they celebrate it. This year’s celebration was really different because it didn’t rain. Thank God! :)
I started my day with watching the Grand Street Dance Parade in the morning. Here are some of the photos I’ve taken during the parade.
Philippine Military Academy Band
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of the Philippines carrying art banners.
The Ethnic Cultural Dance Troupe
The walking slipper :) Cool mascot!
St. Louis University Band
Baguio Central School
Josefa Carino Elementary School
Mabini Elementary School
Quezon Hill Elementary School
Dona Aurora Elementary School
Baguio City Sped Center
Lucban Elementary School
The little bees :)
Baguio City National High School— Fort Del Pilar Annex
Baguio City National High School
Barangay Camp 3
After the parade, I went straight to Athletic Bowl to meet and greet some of the participants with their wonderful costumes. Ofcourse my stay in Baguio is not complete without having pictures with them. :)
The Flower Kids. Haha I wish I could wear their costumes. lol
The Apple Green Peacocks
Panagbenga Festival is indeed a well-celebrated festival in the north. I hope you enjoy the photos I have here.
Will be posting my second day experience. Stay tuned! Thanks for visiting my blog! :)