People, Food, Culture of Butuan City, and nearby Municipalities in Caraga, Philippines.
Hi Layrayski! i Love your post! Love the pawid! We sell those kasi here at our Lumber jejeje Sensya na if madalang ang visit ko ah jeje super busy talaga eh jeje GOd bless you and Butuan!Steven^^
i love your photos!btw, thanks for dropping by my blog. :)
Steven-- Ah really, I thought you only sell the metal variety. Thanks Steven, drop by whenever you're not busy =) Good luck on your studies and God bless. Probinsyana-- Ah the fellow boxing fan (dela hoya and pacquiao) thanks for visiting! =)
I didn't even know they were stitched first. Siyempre, kapag nakikita ko dito, nasa bubong na.And about your post yesterday: josmeh, ang payat mo! Gusto kita lagyan ng kaunting laman!Don't mind me. I'm just envious because I was that thin, oh, about 15 years ago! :D
hilda-- that was the first time I saw a nipa being made too! But I somehow knew they're stitched first.Hahaha just for you yung photo ko na yun Hilda =) As promised. Pro yun lang walang face pa. I'm shy. Hahaha
It looks like home. They are made like that too here. And even the name of that kind of palm is the same: Nipa(h).We do share quite a lot of things in common, Layrayski. And it's nice to know that.
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