So: Sinulog and Jack holidays

FROM the preparation being done and the international pull it has gained, it looks like this year’s Sinulog is going to surpass previous years’ celebrations. National Geographic and a French TV station have sent teams to find out what it’s all about.

Sinulog is experiential, and to understand it is to live it for a week or so. Sinulog isn’t celebrated in one day. The day after the grand parade should tell you that you need to stay home and recover from the experience.

That’s why there are no classes on Monday to give students and teachers time to rest after a full day of dancing under the heat. But the special consideration is only extended to them. It’s workday for everyone else.

I’m somewhat certain that those who trod to work on the Monday after the Sinulog are only 30 percent functional. Their brains are still fried from Sunday’s celebration. It’s not only the dancers who are tired but also those who watched the parade and reveled.

If you did a survey on the energy level of those who work on the Monday after the Sinulog, you’d find out that it’s just one bar. Low batt. (more)

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