Sad to say I missed the most awaited street dancing or mardi gras activity but I did get to see their 10-minutes fireworks display on the eve of the main festival (September 9, 2011).
This was actually my second visit in Bais. This time, people were out on the streets busy with whatever they were doing. I knew that it's not just delicious delicacies were served on the table but also laughters and catch up stories from families and friends. I even heard pig's cry first thing in the morning and the next thing I knew it was there lying right in front of me with an apple in its mouth. Hehehehe.. Lechon nom nom!!!!
'Ukay-ukay' is also popular at this time. You'll get to buy kid's dress for as low as P2.00 if you have the energy and patience to look for the right size. I suggest you eat, then ukay, then eat, then ukay again. xD
... and then goodnight.