Viva Manila Pasyal Sunday and how we survived our first Bazaar

When I first heard about this, I was simply curious as to what the concept was all about. When I read that you could actually rent a booth and sell stuff, it was like a light lit on top of my head and I immediately coerced my family and my Tita to sign up and join. I thought to myself, might as well sell stuff while taking photos and posting it on the blog.

Two birds with one stone you know.



When we got there, the heat was a killer. We were sweating in less than 5 minutes and it was the kind of heat that stung the skin. The funny thing is, it seems that no one in my family really read the email that I forwarded them because no one brought tables and chair and apparently, all we get from the organizers were a tent.

Thankfully, myKaffe brought chairs and tables. Whew.

We finally had the tables set and initially, business was slow. Perhaps we were not situated in a good area or we lacked signages but I decided to go around and offer the pastillas we were selling individually and on the streets. While roaming, theses were the things that caught my eye.










ROMANCE is not dead.


It was such a sight to see. I loved how vibrant and colorful the street of Intramuros was. Truly, it would encourage anyone to walk the streets of Intramuros. Wouldn't you if you would get to meet this guy?


Pasyal Sunday will be on again on the last Sunday of May. Do come over and visit us. I'll be Pastillas Girl and we'll be selling cupcakes and other delicacies.


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