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Naic Things to Do

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    Naic full moon

    by micamaldita Updated Jun 15, 2006

    Beach resorts abound in Naic, and all over Cavite. Entrance to these places are generally cheap, ranging from PHP 50-200 per person, although the beaches are not too picturesque and can get too crowded. Since the area is a mere 1-2 hour drive from Manila, hanging around on the beaches of Cavite can be a refreshing option on lazy weekends when there's not a lot to do.

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Naic Local Customs

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    by Lensky Written Mar 13, 2008

    During the feast day of saints, it is customary for Filipino's to celebrate to honor the revered saint. In Naic, the patron is the Holy Family-Joseph,Mary and the child Jesus. The feast day is every 28th day of December. But before, it was celebrated every first Sunday of March. One way to revere the patron is to hold a procession all over the town with men and women dancing in front of the image of the patron. It is said that doing this dance-or called the Karakol-is pleasing to the patron that anything you wish to them will be granted.

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    by Lensky Written Mar 2, 2008

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    There are two kinds. One is made of casava and one is made of bananas. This is one is made of bananas so its yellowish. First step:Boil. Whether casava or bananas you should boil it fisrt in water. When it is all soft, peel them. Of course, we do not want to eat the skin. Then the hardest part, is pounding is. Yep, you pound the casava or bananas, not mashe, pound. We use the big one that is used lng time ago when pounding palay to separate the skin of the palay and just have the grains. It is pounded with sugar and condensed milk depends on how you sweet one wants it to be. Then when it is in the plate, put some margarine or butter. Yum!

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