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Students from schools in Makati clad in colorful costumes will parade along Ayala Avenue dressed up as flowers, animals, insects, trees, plants, fairies, among others. The Caracol Festival is one particular event where the youth can express their creativity and playful imagination while inculcating in them the importance of protecting our ecology. And as it […]

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Caracol is the official festival of the city organized by the Makati Local Government through its Museum and Cultural Affairs office to raise awareness on the importance of preserving our natural resources. As a testament of being the country’s leading city, Makati continuously engages the community to take part in caring for Mother Earth through […]

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These are the images taken before the parade of Caracol Festival in Makati City last Sunday February 26 2012. Went there early just take the advantage of taking some beautiful portraits of the participants of Caracol Festival. For more images, see Part 2 pf 3 and Part 3 of 3 Click image to enlarge

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I was really fascinated when I saw this church. I was just invited for a wedding and never knew about Nuestra Señora de Gracia of Guadalupe in Makati City. It’s hard to imagine that a church almost 400 years old lies hidden in this business capital of the Philippines.

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Yesterday January 24, 2010, witnessed the 6th Caracol Festival in Makati City. Young kids elementary and high school in different districts of Makati City, dressed up in their colorful fauna and flora costumes to dance and parade them selves in the heart of Makati City.

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Seafood Bouillabaisse Soup of Fish & Co. is only one of their greatest soup I ever tried. Its is a soup on thick tomato base with mussel and shrimps.

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