Day 3 of my Tunafest 2010 trip started early. My group was tasked to be judges of the Mardi Gras Streetdancing Competition so as early as 9:00 a.m. (quite a feat for me!) we were already at Pioneer Avenue, General Santos City.
(Photo by Olan Emboscado)
It was a sunny day in General Santos City and despite the heat, I stood at my judging post for more than an hour observing the different contingents as they danced to Centerpoint Band’s Whoa Gensan in their colorful costumes. The streetdancing routine was progressive and I was really delighted to see very young contingents perform with much gusto. 🙂
The second day of my Tuna Festival 2010 experience was as busy as Day 1. Thankfully, we were able to sleep a little bit more before our host came to pick us up for lunch.
Knowing that our group has a big appetite for seafood, Avel brought us to Leeonga Mongolian and Seafood Grill at the Sun City Suites Complex. There, we were treated to a spread of delectable dishes that could satisfy any craving for seafood.