Death Haven: Dying In Style

In Uncategorized on November 1, 2011 at 2:29 pm

Mexicans call it Dia de los Muertos,we Filipinos refer to it as Todos los Santos.In observance of the Day of the Dead,the government declares November 1 as a non-working holiday.A sea of humanity flock to different cemeteries and memorial parks to pay a visit to their dearly departed.A sojourn of remembrance.
Went to the Manila North Cemetery two days before.This is your blah-gger helping out in the cleaning and painting of the tombstone’s epitaph.(come to think of it,this can be a lucrative sideline) 😀
We often associate cemeteries to something creepy or eerie,but I want to make the visit light.The tombs’ unlikeness in forms prompted me to write something about the style of your final resting place. Do you want it single-detached? Apartment style? Condominium? Flat?or Transient? (you can bring the urn anywhere you go) :)Oh and yeah,if there are floating restaurants,there are also floating tombs.
Tombs are catching up with the times,based on the unique and multi-colored designs I’ve seen.The owner isn’t a big fan of the the color purple 🙂There’s also the Survivor inspired theme. A bridgeway and “deadly” version of the Leaning Tower of Pisa 🙂

But no matter what the style of your death haven is,by commemorating the Day of the Dead,gives close interaction between the living and the dead.

  1. Never knew the extent of how many choices we actually have! Thanks for the info 🙂

  2. And BIG thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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