I was in Mindoro for the weekend. I arrived there Friday night and was back in Manila few hours ago. Yesterday, Saturday, the whole family attended a wedding. It was a very simple and old school wedding. The reception was held at the bride's place, which is located in the middle of the rice field! We had to walk under the scorching heat of the sun. I know it's officially summer but I didn't expect that it'd be that hot! Well anyway, we ate a lot and we're for the newlyweds! I don't know the newlyweds personally. All I know about them is that the groom is a son of my parent's friend in Milan.
Since I'm a blogger who doesn't have much to say at the moment, I'll share some photos. The photos were just taken by my phone so the quality is not that great. They all expected that I already had the camera in my bag when we left our house. It turned out, apparently, that no one brought it. Why do some people always expect me to be the one who brings the camera??? :))
▲Sooo. Cars couldn't get through the narrow road so we had to walk. We didn't know that there was other route where the road was wider. At least wide enough for a one way drive.▲
▲My youngest sister, Kiara. :-)▲
▲Of course I had to take a photo of these. :)▲
▲And me again! Of course! You can't complain. This is my blog anyway.▲
That wedding was the first old school-barrio wedding I was able to attend after such a loooong time. By that..What I meant was...
- Guests/Neighbors in their pambahays at the reception.
- You can actually see the volunteers washing the dishes from where you are eating.
- There's selling of kakanin (suman and kalamay) for such expensive prices!
- Etc. Basta yun na yun. Gets nyo na yown!
I know the blog title is sooo lame.