Some of Cavite area are too low that's why it is really affected by floods during typhoons. More over most of the college students are really having a hard time to go to their Univ due to this calamity. This photo is the situation at Sm last "Habagat" days.
In the times of crisis, cavitenos are there to help. One example is the recently west monsoon that destroys many lives of Filipino. Cavitenos did not let this calamity destroy their good hearts too to the point that some even hoarded goods so that they can donate it to the needy.
This is Sayaw sa Apoy, a ritual in the Sanghiyang Festival at Alfonso, Cavite A fire dance used to be performed also at Taal Vista Hotel to entertain guests and local and foreign tourist. This dance is said to be performed to drive away evil spirits.
The first public-private partnership between a City Government and SM Prime Holdings, the storey, more than square meter Marketmall is envisioned to be a destination for foodies in search for fresh products and homegrown cuisine.
While a place would certainly reap the conveniences of being close to the city, the danger lies in the possibility of losing its identity. The town of Bacoor in northern Cavite, being the southern backdoor of Metro Manila, often seems a part of the urban sprawl. But Bacoor Mayor Strike Revilla begs to differ and strives to highlight the towns history and unique character in the ongoing Bakood Festival set for the last week of September.