8 THINGS TO REMEMBER FOR KADAYAWAN 2017: 1. NO SMOKING in public areas. 2. No …



8 THINGS TO REMEMBER FOR KADAYAWAN 2017:

1. NO SMOKING in public areas.
2. No alcoholic beverages after the 1 am LIQUOR BAN.
3. No driving beyond the 30 kph SPEED LIMIT in the Davao Central District. No drunk driving. No driving or riding motorcycles without helmet.
4. No carrying of firearms and bladed weapons.
5. No carrying of backpacks and water containers/bottles that are not transparent.
6. Bring IDENTIFICATION CARDS always. Foreigners are advised to bring passports and other proofs of identification.
7. Call 911 for emergencies.
8. Have fun. Enjoy Kadayawan 2017!

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2 responses to “8 THINGS TO REMEMBER FOR KADAYAWAN 2017: 1. NO SMOKING in public areas. 2. No …”

  1. Kristy Lutz King says:

    paita pd sa dapat transparent ang water bottle oyy. :'(

  2. Kristy Lutz King says:

    paita pd sa dapat transparent ang water bottle oyy. :'(

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