|Dusk approaching on the last day of the festivities|
|You can find in the capitol grounds many tiangge stalls |
showcasing various local products
|This group of relatives kindly requested to have their photo taken from my camera.|
I strongly advise visitors to have their own for there are many sights to see!
Different events are being held during the nine-day long festivities namely: Trade Fair Booth, Land Float Competition, Fluvial Parade and Street Dance Competition. Also included are the Banca Race and the traditional Ginoo at Binibining Laguna coronation night. A Governor’s night was also held on April 27 wherein a number of local artists were invited to perform in front of Laguneños.
|The stage where the programs were held|
|One of the pretty sagalas. The intricate Philippine Ternos these ladies wore were designed by local Laguneño artists using native materials|
|Ariella Arida, Miss Universe-Philippines 2013|
Due to work commitments, I was unable to witness the more colorful events during the first few days. But then, I have captured some of the trade fair booths of several towns and cities as you can see below.
|A smaller version of Pila, Laguna's Municipal Center|
|This is my favorite, Nagcarlan's|
|A Baro't Saya displayed inside one of the fair booths.|
Next year, if time permits, I will see to it that this will be included in my travel bucket list. Let us just consider this as a sneak preview for next year’s event. Just a year earlier.