Fiesta/ Feast Day!

Philippines
May 14, 2011 9:17pm CST
This event in our place is yearly celebrated specially in summer season. Where every barangay is celebrating every week. We had usually gone to every places where our friends and relatives are celebrating their fiesta. What I missed most is eating roasted pig " Lechon " the rib portion and the crunchy skin. Gosh it's so delicious like I don't wanna stop eating and the different desserts wow it makes me hungry thinking about it. Since I wasn't able to go home for about 5 months now I kind a missed those foods. Now I've been begging to one of my friend who just had celebrated their fiesta yesterday to bring me some Lechon.
3 responses
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
19 Jun 11
Is that fiesta event happen to be in Latin American countries, or something associated with Hispanic culture? I was just curious, because fiesta is usually using in Spanish. I would love to experienced such event too, can you tell me what country do you come from? That will be nice, once in a lifetime I can witness something fun and I never experience before.
• Philippines
26 Jun 11
Yes, it's a spanish word. I am here in Philippines we are annually celebrating fiesta in different places places and different saints. Hope you can visit our place and you could be able to witness our fiesta.
@asliah (11149)
• Philippines
28 Apr 13
yes that is true,it usually starts in the summer month of the year,most of the time is in the month of May,actually in my place will be held on the first Sunday of the month,most of the people will have many foods in their house and many games in the streets.
@gaiza12 (4889)
• Philippines
2 Jun 11
Hope the roasted pig didn't spoil when your friend bought it. Most feast day celebration the roasted pig is the first one to be eaten up and the think left will be the spices or the ones put on the stomach of the pig to make it taste good, that is left.