A Thick-Faced Gatecrasher on the Loose!

Yes and No. I admit it. I confess! I didn’t know what came over me. But the minute I heard that General Luna, Siargao is celebrating the eve of their annual town fiesta today, I failed to zip my mouth and jokingly told the caretaker of where I am staying now that “mamiesta ko sa inyo“, which translates to me going to their house to join them in celebrating their fiesta.

Fiesta = Food = Gatecrashers. Thick-faced Gatecrashers…like me 😆

But technically, I didn’t gatecrash. I didn’t go to their house (yet). But when Manong Manuel went to their house to make sure that lunch was served, he came back 15 minutes after bringing the food to me! He said there were too many people inside their house, which was why he brought me rice and that yummy fried pork! After realizing what just happened, I got sooooo embarrassed. I wanted to melt away from the lodge that instant. But my hungry tummy reasoned with me.

I’m now officially stamping my forehead “thick-faced”! 😆 And yes, I’m in Siargao now! 😉

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This is a travel blog of Doi Domasian. Her nature to explore both new and familiar places and share it with the rest of the world is what keeps this wanderer going and seeking for thrills and adventures. Due to her passion for travelling, she decided to leave the corporate world and started living the life of a nomad.

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18 Responses to “A Thick-Faced Gatecrasher on the Loose!”

  1. lakbay philippines says:

    Bwahahahaha! ikaw na, doi!

  2. nathalie says:

    naa diay ka Siargao Doi? ingon tana ka kay pwude ra jud ka didto sa akong migo mamista..heheh? txt lang nya if hapit kag city. :)

  3. Daghana nakog katawa woi. Pero kung ana kalami Doi, dili pud me mudili. God knows how we missed eating PORK!!!!!!!!!

  4. Kaiz says:

    Waaaaaaaaaaaaah! Sabi sayo mabait sila Kuya Manny. :) Enjoy ikaw! :)

  5. Oman says:

    oh wow, dream destination ko din yan, siargao. and yes, i like some of that delish-looking pork too :)

  6. Wahaha akala ko kung tungkol saan na :))

    Siargao wah. Emjoy ka dyan, Doi! 😀

  7. eric says:

    akala ko naman may alan ka sa mainit na issue ngayon. kalokang title! ahahahahah

  8. melvin says:

    i think that is acceptable kay ingana man sa ato, i dont know diri sa luzon but in visayas and mindanao, even strangers are welcome during fiesta.


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