Fiesta Feels in Bulacan!

DEFINE FIESTA

Google says:

Fiesta, Spanish for “festival” and for “party“,

festival
adjective fes·ti·val \ˈfes-tə-vəl\

Merriam webster says:

Definition of festival

  1. :  of, relating to, appropriate to, or set apart as a festival

Filipino says:

Foods,  party, and thanksgiving!

 

Pinoys are known for their hospitality. Mostly, we invite friends during events like fiesta. We love noise, really, seriously! We love partying. It’s our best escape to reality.

 

 

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Banderitas (flaglets) across the lovers lane of Bulacan State University.

 

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Bulakan, Bulacan- Nuestra Senyora Dela Asuncion Parish Church on it’s “Fiesta ng Parokya”

 

 

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City of Malolos, Bulacan- Hagonoy glitters capitol compound in Singkaban Festival as they dance gracefully.

 

 

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San Ildefonso, Bulacan- With their Sto. Nino themed costume, this teens showers smile to the parade. Bulak Festival.

 

 

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San Ildefonso, Bulakan- Bulak Festival. Umbrella was used as banderitas.

 

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Calumpit, Bulacan- Libad Festival. Despite of the bad weather, Calumpitenos still managed to celebrate the town fiesta.

 

 

 

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Bulakan, Bulacan- Fiesta ng Parokya. This lady looks for some Bulakan delicacies

 

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Bulakan, Bulacan- Fiesta ng Parokya. Drum and lyre competion.

 

 

 

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Bulakan, Bulacan- Catorce de Noviembre. Baranggay Tibig dances with their improvise paddle boat.

 

 

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San Ildefonso Bulacan- Gulay Festival. High school students show cases their talent on the street with their floral themed costumes.

 

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Bulakan, Bulacan- Catorce de Noviembre. Lola Tinidora imitator with her kwando made people laugh as they do funny facial expressions.
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San Ildefonso, Bulacan- Bulak Festival. Kapuso star Rodjun Cruz joins the parade.
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Bulakan, Bulacan- The famous suman of Bulakan.

 

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Norzagaray, Bulacan- The most awaited part of every festivals.
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