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    Hi! I'm Trixia and welcome to my slice of life. I'm not your average blogger, I'm a hybrid of multi-dimensional shoujo, a rare breed of legal loli and a unique original producer of ideas and inspiration. My path goes on the other side of the road which is less traveled, where thrill and excitement rests. This blog holds my inner thoughts, experiences, opinions and out-of-the-ordinary theories which I keep as a journal of my life's highlights. Contact me at reshadaseamaiden@gmail.com for collaboration

    Wake up your inner senorita with Kawit's illumination


    Still don't have ideas where to spend your Christmas?

    How about visit something near Metro Manila by visiting Kawit, Cavite through a spectacular display of lights at the Aguinaldo Shrine and Freedom Park. This is where the Aguinaldo Shrine is situated wherein the Philippine flag that we know of today was first waved publicly announcing our Independence by none other than the first Filipino President Emilio Aguinaldo. 



    There’s also a lot to learn about our first president and how he has lived his life and times during the revolution era. Beyond the Shrine also are  other sights to see including the “Museo ni Baldomero 
    Aguinaldo” hailed towards the cousin of Emilio Aguinaldo and grandfather of Cesar Virata who as a prime minister in the 1980s. 


    Kawit boasts rich crafts and delicacies including the Pandayan or the local blacksmithing shop. Blacksmithing is an endangered craft that needs to be promoted and preserved. The local Pandayan is still active and you can still buy handcrafted knives and bolos made the same way during the Revolutionary era. The Christmas specialty – Puto Bumbong or a rice cake with shaved coconut and muscovado sugar is a staple food trip stop that shouldn’t be missed when visiting Kawit. 


    The Municipality of Kawit welcomes everyone who wishes to visit Kawit during the Christmas 
    season. So make sure to visit this Festive time.


    #TaraSaKawit
    #PaskongKawiteño
    #AksyongAguinaldo
    #AlagangAguinaldo
    #BloggersPhilippines




    Still don't have ideas where to spend your Christmas?

    How about visit something near Metro Manila by visiting Kawit, Cavite through a spectacular display of lights at the Aguinaldo Shrine and Freedom Park. This is where the Aguinaldo Shrine is situated wherein the Philippine flag that we know of today was first waved publicly announcing our Independence by none other than the first Filipino President Emilio Aguinaldo. 



    There’s also a lot to learn about our first president and how he has lived his life and times during the revolution era. Beyond the Shrine also are  other sights to see including the “Museo ni Baldomero 
    Aguinaldo” hailed towards the cousin of Emilio Aguinaldo and grandfather of Cesar Virata who as a prime minister in the 1980s. 


    Kawit boasts rich crafts and delicacies including the Pandayan or the local blacksmithing shop. Blacksmithing is an endangered craft that needs to be promoted and preserved. The local Pandayan is still active and you can still buy handcrafted knives and bolos made the same way during the Revolutionary era. The Christmas specialty – Puto Bumbong or a rice cake with shaved coconut and muscovado sugar is a staple food trip stop that shouldn’t be missed when visiting Kawit. 


    The Municipality of Kawit welcomes everyone who wishes to visit Kawit during the Christmas 
    season. So make sure to visit this Festive time.


    #TaraSaKawit
    #PaskongKawiteño
    #AksyongAguinaldo
    #AlagangAguinaldo
    #BloggersPhilippines



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