For those of us familiar with the Cordilleras and its people, we’ve always known how good-looking they are. Well-chiseled faces, smooth skin, and almond eyes are distinct features. Good-looking adults must then come from cute kids.
At Bgy. Bocos where we spent two days documenting dances, we were surrounded by the cutest kids.
Here are the kids assembling at the grounds of the Adventist church for the parade last Wednesday.
This dark-skinned kid is probably the offspring of a mixed marriage. Very cute!
More cute kids.
There they go at the parade.
At the fiesta grounds of the old baranggay hall, the kids competed in performing traditional dances.
The next day, we went to Bgy. Uhaj to video kids of the School of Living Traditions in their dances and songs.
This afternoon, at the main viewpoint, we had a really informative conversation with a local who was carrying his 10-month old baby girl.