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Zambales Festivals and Events
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Cebu Tourist Attractions
From a quiet fishing and farming town to a promising tourist destination, Argao is indeed a most interesting place to visit. Resting in the southeastern part of the province, the municipality is bordered by Sibonga to the North and Alcoy in the South.Cebu Tourist Attractions
Zambales Famous Destinations
Caracol Boat, Subic; second Sunday of May
Coincides with the barangay fiesta of Calapandayan, Subic. An image of the town patron, San Roque, is paraded at sea on a basing or big boat with banda.
Binabayani, November 30
The Zambales version of the world-famous Ati-Atihan. It is a war dance between the Christians and Aetas that is performed on the feast day of San Andres, patron of the town of Masinloc. The townspeople believe that, by performing the Binabayani, they are assured of a bountiful harvest.
Dinamulag-Mango Festival, Iba; April
A celebration that revolves around Zambales mangoes, considered as the sweetest mangoes in the Philippine archipelago.
Source : Tourism.gov.ph
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How to Travel with Food for the Holidays?
Preparing food to share at the holiday festivities is a common practice in our society. However, you need to be able to travel with the food so that it will remain delicious when you arrive at your destination. Foods can move around causing them not to look as pretty when you arrive. You also don’t want the food to tip over and get all over your vehicle. This can be extremely messy as well as be quite frustrating. How to Travel with Food for the Holidays?