Pasko 2011: Ligao City Fiesta

After a fun and tiring Christmas Day on the road and with my love ones, I’m getting a chance to recharge because December 26 is Ligao City’s Fiesta. Fiestas in the Philippines are held to celebrate a patron saint. For us, it’s St. Stephen, the saint stoned to death.

Fiesta means lots of foods and drinks. YUM!

When you see a vehicular accident when it’s fiesta, you can almost always count on drunk driving as the cause. This one’s an early morning reminder NOT to DRINK and DRIVE.

A vehicular accident involving a motorcycle.

I visited my lola living in a simple house in the middle of a ricefield. Ah, the fresh air!

I met up with my barkadas for lunch. The trick you have to remember during a fiesta is not to eat too much in a single visit. Remember, you still have dozens of options.

Reminiscing high school is something we never get tired of.

Change venue 🙂

You can’t also miss the perya (carnival, fair) where you get to enjoy some rides and play some games.

my nephew likes the Not So Grand Carousel

I like to take my chances with the Running Lights.

Ligao City is also famous for its Giant Christmas Tree as tall as a three-storey building

The PEACE sign that Ligao puts up on the city hall every Christmas season. Yes, the motorcycle is on NEUTRAL.

By the way, Ligao City doesn’t have any official name for our very own festival. Any suggestion?

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About Dom de la Torre

The rider is a 20-something Filipino that rides a Honda Wave 125cc underbone. He knows little about motorcycles yet loves the experience going places on two wheels. Rider Ako is a motorcycle-slash-travel blog. The rider not only shares to you travel destinations and what to see there but also the experience of getting there. You will read about the thrills and adventure when he rides solo, the romance of riding in tandem, the camaraderie riding with a group, the excitement participating in events, and anything that he thinks you might find interesting.When he's broke and the fuel's empty, he will share stories about motorcycling how he sees it through his helmet visor.
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