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Chichiria and Lapad: Cheap thrills at Queen Tuna Park

A colorful display of local snack food or “chichiria” are stringed together like christmas lanterns inside one makeshift stall at the Queen Tuna Park. They mainly serve as “pulutan” or “pica-pica” to go with the variety of liquor being peddled there which includes Tanduay Rhum, Generoso Brandy, Matador Brandy, Emperador Brandy, London Gin, Tanduay White […]

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Queen Tuna Park – Gen. Santos City’s Lovers Lane

A pair of LoVeBiRds resting under the shade provided by a dinosaur at GenSan’s Queen Tuna Park (formerly known as Lion’s Beach). Being a weekday afternoon, the beach was deserted except for this couple and a group of park cleaners nearby. The mood turns festive however when throngs of people converge here during weekends. It’s […]

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Christmas Lanterns Light Up Gen. Santos City Streets

With cHRistMas just around the corner, ambulant vendors selling star lanterns have started hanging their colorful wares along the shaded sidewalks of Gensan, as shown in this photo taken at one such display at Santiago Boulevard. The smaller ones at the lower portion of the photo are made up of waterproof shiny plastic material and […]

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Rolando Navarette, the Bad Boy of Dadiangas NOW

Chanced upon former World Featherweight Champ rOlaNdO nAvAreTTe at the City Hall while waiting for his flight ticket to Manila where he was invited to attend the 45th World Boxing Council Convention. He will be presented together with other former and current world boxing champions during the Opening Ceremony on Monday, November 12, 2007. A […]

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The Flower Boy at the Gen. Paulino Santos Park

This boy must have been sooo tired helping out his family prepare flower arrangements for their clients on hAlloWeeN or Kalag-kalag. Their flower stall at the Gen. Paulino Santos Park in front of the Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Parish Church is one of the many who made a killing with their overpriced […]

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Banana Snack Vendors at the Oval Covered Court

  Youngsters choosing from a variety of fried banana, a local snack fare which includes “mArUyA”, “TuRoN”, and “pAypAy” from one of the stalls behind the bleachers of the oval plaza covered court. Recently transferred there from their old site fronting the MSU Highschool Campus, these banana-que vendors are again enjoying brisk business from clients […]

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