Pamulinawen Festival 2013 Parade of Faces

Lady Pamulinawen

Glamour is back at the recent floral parade of the Pamulinawen Festival. Smiles as bright as the sunshine… modern Filipiniana regalia… gay princesses and fairies… farm animals making merry… adorned miniature landmarks… a vibrant touch of Chinese red to mark the new Year of the Water Snake… just what Laoag needs in 2013!

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Miss Laoag International 2012 Aiyana Camille “AJ” Mikiewicz

Hand PhoneCabeza Elementary School Floatli'l audienceWhose Feet?Li'l White BootsUnited Laoaguenos HawaiiPintadoBronzed BeautyBeauty in BlackModern Maria ClarasParasolsMiss Pamulinawen Festival 2013 beautyPretty in PinkMay payneta pa siyaFestive Maria ClaraCriminology InternsThe Java Hotel FloatJaynny and GlennLaoag Pamulinawen Festival 2013 Floral ParadeBarangay 27 FloatTagapulot

The tradition of tagapulot-making.

Hap Chan beauties

Gloss… pretty ladies in figure flattering cheongsams.

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The 17th Pamulinawen Festival Opening Parade

Laoag Pamulinawen Festival

The 2013 Laoag Pamulinawen Festival commenced with a civil-military parade. Rather than going west, the pink-dominated ribbon of people moved to the east, ending at the Laoag City Supermarket. Could it be the start of a new tradition? Or it might be the city’s latest feng shui:)

Fellow Laoagueños, happy fiesta time!

Pamulinawen Festival17th Pamulinawen FestivalLadies in PinkMayor and Mrs. Michael V. Farinas

– Laoag City Mayor Michael Versoza Fariñas, nearing the end of his term of office. Beside him is wife, Social Concerns and Tourism Chair and Association of Barangay Councils (ABC) President Chevylle Villanueva Fariñas, who’s running for Laoag City Mayor this coming midterm elections.

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