Yep. You heard it right! The Sinulog 2009 Grand Parade is still a week away but everything is all set in midtown Cebu. Once again, the Fuente Osmena area is filled with different Sinulog-related displays put up by different establishments and organizations.
Pit Senyor! The Penshoppe Sinulog 2009 display at the Fuente Osmena rotunda.
The Sinulog 2009 display of Bambi Edible Oil in front of the Fuente clock.
Their ensemble shows the important ‘local colors’ of Cebu.
Most important of them all is the Image of the Nino.
Then there’s Cebu’s hero Datu Lapu Lapu, a skyscraper in Mandaue (also owned by the owner of Bambi), the Cebuano guitar and the gumamela. (I’m not sure about the gumamela, though. Hehehe)
At the center of it all is the kiosk of Magellan’s Cross – the existing proof that Cebu is the seat of Christianity in Asia and the Philippines and the living symbol not only of Cebu City but also of the entire island.
Then, there’s the Basilica, the Marcelo Fernan Bridge, and of course, Bambi Edible Oil. Hehehehe.
The display and the colorful ‘crown’ of Crown Regency.
The display and Cebu’s current tallest skyscraper.
My mom posing for the camera. Hahaha.
This one is the Sinulog display of St. Cecilia’s college.
Once again, their display this year focuses on the Nino and his being a child.
This wall more or less summarizes the history of the Island of Cebu.
This display is front another regular – Penshoppe. Pit Senyor!
Their place is well-lit and well-maintained.
Image of the Nino inside a glass case.
Flowers offered below the image.
A for time and effort spent.
A sampaguita vendor willingly posed for a shot.
The first LCD screen in Cebu City (Maria Christina Building). Now, there are two more lcd screens in Cebu.
The Christmas Tree and the digital clock of M. Lhuillier