Subic Local Customs

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    Ongoing Pabasa
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    SBFZ Church
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    Beach Body Women 2005

    by namiewa Written Dec 7, 2005

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    Here's the girls contestant. As the dance floor is not too big the show was really fast and you can hear the whistle of the boys at that night if the gurls will be the one to ramp. But when it comes of that gurls is more noisy if the dudes will be the one to walk in the floor and do some pose. You can hear the loud shriek and even me after i giggle and take a pic of them. ha ha ha. This gurls are cute as well have the good figure.

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    Beach Body Mens 2005

    by namiewa Written Dec 7, 2005

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    We had able to move at another table to watch closely the beach bodies contestant and to take a picture of them. Every time they make a pose in front of us we are shouting and giggle. As we have every year contestants for Beach Body here it was my first time to watch their shows as you can see they have nice body not too big and not too small. If you feel to like one of them? You can vote thru sms and so on. From the world itself beach body of course you should have that attractive body. They are absolutely a hunky hunky bodies.

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    "Pabasa" (Chanting of Christ's Passion)

    by cyndymc Written Apr 17, 2009

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    Ongoing Pabasa

    It was Palm Sunday when we visited the Church in Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Some tourists were intrigued/curious about the "Pabasa" (chanting of Christ's passion) going on at the Church courtyard.

    The "Pabasa" is practiced by Catholic Filipinos, not only by residents of Subic. The religious recall the passion of Christ by narrating through chanting. Modern Catholics have changed the original tune of the "Pabasa", using adaptations of modern music so the young ones can appreciate it more. In Subic, they were chanting it the old way, as I recall my grandmother doing so in the past.

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    Lenten Visita Iglesia & Stations of the Cross

    by cyndymc Written Apr 17, 2009

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    Outdoor Stations of the Cross
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    At Subic Bay Freeport Zone, hotels give out leaflets re: the Church's schedule of activities for the Lenten season. The hotel guests are thankful for this because they are able to attend to their religious obligations and traditions. Many Catholic Filipinos, not only Subic residents visit the SBFZ Church for their Visita Iglesia & Stations of the Cross.

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