Mabuhay Germany 2011
Last October 7-9 was a successful event made by GPCCI’s (German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry) flagship event Mabuhay Germany, a three-day exhibition showcasing German quality, technology and tradition which was held annually at Bonifacio High Street. It was just amazing! And I truly enjoyed it!
There were actually a lot people around the whole 3-day event! And despite the rain, everybody fled the place! German or Filipino, child or adult, its a great experience for everyone!
The German Jazz band WiLLiT Blend (photo above)
My mom and my sister! Chi-blood :)
With some dudes who walk in stilts and robot people. (whatever you call them!)
There was a lot of activities that happened! Just like Mabuhay Germany in the past 2 years, you’ll never have to miss trying out all the booths with their fun games and riddles that you have to solve so that you could complete the whole experience and discover more of Germany!
The photo above is the Hansel & Gretel House! :)
Me and my mom solving the puzzle of the map of Germany! (I SOLVED IT IN JUST 3 MINUTES!)
Of course who wouldn’t want to miss the food? When we first came in the event, there’s already tons of food booths around the place, serving different types, mostly German food; like sausages, beer, sauerkrat
I only took this photo and forgot to take the others because I was so hungry and I focused on listening to the band to mingling with some Germans. I was eating a Hungarian sausage with fries (Curry Wurst) , also the Bratwurst, Bockwurst and their yummy cheese sausage with Sauerkraut!! LECKER!
These 3 photos above are not mine. I sincerely give thanks to Life and Leisure blog for the photos because I want to share them with you guys. I only took a few photos with my sucky cam and some with my Diana F+ Glow too, but unfortunately, the weather wasn’t cooperating, and I’m afraid I might get the dull, photos. So I’ll take that risk from now.
To be honest, I’m just a really proud Germanophile because I really am in love, and will always be, with the beautiful country Deustchland! I must say that I never miss Mabuhay Germany ever since I attended last 2009, and from that on, I’m always on the go because I want to taste a little bit of Germany here in my country even though its just a 3-day event. I made a lot of new friends who speaks German too, and proud that some of them are Filipinos and that they are a proud Germanophile like me!
My dreams of coming there is a long way ahead, but I’m definitely sure that I will!
Till next year of Mabuhay Germany!