(1of2) Finding the Sandurot Parade, Dumaguete 2014

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    1. @John Strabismus most of those were actually air-rifle enthusiasts.  they really get into it here.  but i think i did see a few real firearms as well.

  1. Hi henry, hi ned 🙂 thats cool you guys run into each other both you guys have awsome channels, looks like a nice parade going on there thanks for taking us along, those go pros do a really nice job on these videos, have fun 🙂

    1. @matt hajas yah, it was totally unplanned.  i got a text from joan about 3pm that the parade had started, so i just drove over, parked and began filming as i worked through the crowd.  then i saw ned there.  ha!

  2. What Sandurots means?why the army including the parade and it’s like 1 battalion only . mmm but I noticed dumaguete is very clean. I can’t see any garbage on the streets. 

    1. @Rona Pestilos most of those ‘military’ people were air-soft/paintball clubs.  the meaning of ‘sandurot’ is basically a sense of unity, sharing and fellowship.

  3. henry ,in your previous video  ,Sandurot Festival Walkabout, 2014 – Dumaguete, Philippines,i mentioned to you ,there would be fiesta for two more days.. i hoped u wouldve read it  earlier.. so you  could know this early. ok peace kuya

    1. @p tm i get forgetful.. i may have seen it.  plus, i rarely know what day it is here. truly, unless i ask someone, it doesn’t cross my mind to think what day it is.  

  4. Thanks for the upload. I was there at the parade just infront of MicroValley and i saw you and Ned talking
    I didnt know that there would be a parade yesterday and i dont have my camera with me 🙁 

    1. @gretchen esguerra ahh, well, if you see me again in town feel free to come say, ‘hi’.  it’s always nice to meet anyone in person from the channel.  🙂

  5. Finally we see you and Ned together and not only in a blur like the snorkeling video… You guys should make a coop video of some kind like a q&a or a friendly discussion on single VS. relationship life 🙂 +Philippine Dreams

  6. Thanks for sharing this video sir! 🙂 Did u get to eat loads of letchon last fiesta? 🙂 I hope u also checkout my vlogs. I can’t wait to come home. I see that they changed the venue for the vendors now. They used to be located by the City Central School.

  7. I was in Dumaguete in July and early in the morning a parade marched by my hotel ( Essentia ) It was in honor of some saint ( can’t keep them all straight ) Some college aged girls saw me watching from the balcony and giggled, so I waved and they waved back and giggled some more. Good innocent fun. I might have giggled a little myself

    1. The purpose of this parade is to commemorate both the charter day of Dumaguete City and the theme of this parade is about pirates raiding the city and what we have done to fight back against them. In this video, it’s only displaying the bands from the schools of the city and not really the festival itself. It’s only the introduction of the festival.

    2. @Dennis Weifenbach it’s something of an inter-community, local (barangay) festival, a little smaller than the buglasan festival which is island-wide.

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