Last Sunday, October 23, I asked Jec to come with me to this Halloween event, the Makati Street Meet. I blogged about what to expect in the event and when it was D-day, I wasn’t disappointed. I saw exactly what the organizers promised the attendants. There was a huge line-up of food stalls, Halloween tricks and treats, and lively music which you can hear from the other end of the venue. It was a party, no doubt. I was particularly happy to see foreign entrepreneurs selling their food and foreign visitors trying our local cuisines and delicacies.
Jec and I came from Circuit Makati so we were just around the area. The event started at 4pm while we arrived around 6:30 pm. The organizers were kind enough to give me a bag of treats for helping cover the event. I’m glad I went there because I’m not a huge fan of Halloween, but this event, in particular, opened my eyes to the wonderful things most people look forward to every October 31st. I took some pictures, but I also made a quick vlog. I’ll be posting the video at the end of the blog post.
Toni B. was simply amazing that time. I recognized her voice from the speakers because I read an article about her on Plump Magazine (plump.ph). I even thought it was a recorded playlist because she was that good! You should check her out on Spotify. Her style is a mix of grunge and sexy. How’s that for unique?
This is Max. He kept approaching me when Jec and I sat by stairs of the Ayala Triangle. It’s funny because from what I gather, dogs don’t really like me, so I was really pleased when Max kept sniffing me. He even sat beside me just because. I don’t think he could smell food from out bags since we didn’t have any at that time. He was such a friendly dog. 🙂
This English singer singing Up Dharma Down’s Tadhana like Filipino is his mother tongue. 😛 You’ll hear him sing in the video below! Go watch it! 🙂 For better resolution, go to this link. 🙂
PS: All photos and footages were taken with my iPhone 6S. I didn’t have any professional camera or recorder that time, so some of the clips might be too dark or shaky.
Bae is a 20-something passion blogger from Manila. She likes hoarding hobbies and trying out new stuff, blogging about her mundane adventures, and tweeting about random realizations and musings.