I cannot think of any other way than celebrating Kadayawan with a street parade (Indak-indak sa Kadalanan), colorful arts displayed (Moda Mindanaw) and singing and dancing (Tunog Mindanaw), and eating durian (Kadayawan Agri-Trade Fair). Wow!
In 2010, back when we were restless and mindless of the money that we are capable of spending, we had a chance to visit Davao City for this reason alone, and now, I'm going to miss it because as of the moment, we do not have time, money and we have limited budget tor travels now because the kids' needs have ballooned too.
The reason why I am sharing these two beautiful pictures is that, these two pictures were finalists for the 2010 Kadayawan Canon Photography Competition taken by the husband.
Now I am actually thinking of drafting an itinerary to Davao, just so we can rest and enjoy it. But even though how much I am tempted, I have to keep watch of my savings for some other priorities.
Kadayawan is around the corner this August; there are activities for the whole month but the most awaited are those on the 17th and 18th.
If you want to visit Davao, try booking for a trip on those dates so you don't miss Kadayawan!