Caracol 2010

Got lots I still have to blog about, but I’ll start with this while it’s still fresh.


Marco, Maru and I met up around lunch time to try CBTL’s complimentary drinks. The Banana Choco was good. Chupa-Chups flavor. Hrhr~ Before heading to Ayala Avenue, we walked around GB5 first then headed to the event’s location by 2PM. Better to be early so we can have a good spot before the crowd arrives and piss us off.



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Ayala Avenue went “Silent Hill” again


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Marco and Maru going to Ayala Ave. cor. Paseo de Roxas


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Kids were still rehearsing


We expected the Caracol to start at 3PM. While waiting, we walked to and fro Ayala Avenue and Paseo de Roxas and took pictures to pass time.


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Camwhoring with the brother


The urban jungle:


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An attempt with black & white


Groups of participants walked from the stage to the starting point of the parade. A chance to take pictures! Notice there’s an odd one out in some pictures. >_>


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In sea animals costumes


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It’s that guy again! DX


An old man photographer told this girl to pose for us. He kept describing the girl “like a squid, like a squid; gives us the itches” etc. Then it crossed my mind he was describing a jellyfish. >_>;;;


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She was shy at first :3

Tired from the slight chase after the kids, we rested at Ayala Triangle.


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Still a ghost town; as if there was no program.

Music was blazing from Paseo de Roxas after a few minutes. Assuming it was the program starting, we went there. But, well, it really was just loud music. 😐


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Child Na’vis? O_o


The wait has gone for more than 2 hours already.


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The sun would soon set. -_-

These kids are starting to feel restless and was making a commotion. One of them threw a flattened soda can near a Makati City Police.


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Stealing the spotlight from me, huh!?

Seriously, if they did it again I would be the one to tell them to shut it. Kids nowadays lack discipline and respect. *shakes head* Anyway,the parade started minutes after and they were completely forgotten.


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The MAPSA marching band


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Hotels’ employees followed


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The Caracol performers from different public schools within the city


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Stingrays! D: I thought those were fail abs *lol*


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Lobsters 😀


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They have an amazing costume and I only got a crap-ass picture of them. DX


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It’s them again!


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They were creepy when they walked on all fours.


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Striped gangstahzzz


The parade went pretty fast.


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Couldn’t get a clear view of the stage anymore

That’s pretty much what we’ve witnessed from Caracol 2010. We left as soon as it was done. The crowd went bigger, so I’m guessing everyone was at the starting point then joined everyone else near the stage. Maybe we would have stayed to watch the dances if we didn’t get tired from waiting and dissing.


I went bra shoppin’ later. I believe that’s the highlight of the day. XDDD No pictures of that of course. The boys were disappointed not to find their cup size in the lingerie store. Oh, almost forgot! See all the crap Caracol 2010 pictures I took. There are still a few I haven’t included in this post. Hehe~


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