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Inside Bohol => Third District of Bohol => Dimiao - Bohol => Topic started by: Lorenzo on December 06, 2010, 04:09:52 AM

Title: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: Lorenzo on December 06, 2010, 04:09:52 AM
Mga dimiaonon, what are the reasons you love about your town?
Title: Re: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: Lorenzo on December 06, 2010, 05:16:45 AM
This summer, i stopped by Dimiao, a cute little town that i hit first before arriving to my pinanggang Valencia.

Driving from Tagbilaran to Valencia is a long drive (1 hour or so) and seeing Dimiao marked my eventual arrival to Valencia.

Dimiao is a cute town, the people are very similar to Valencianon in manner of speak.  :)
Title: Re: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: rogamz on December 27, 2010, 10:13:15 PM

history 3 in 1 lila,dimiao,val... seems similar jud..pero perhaps gradually having unsimilar intonasyon...
Title: Re: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: Lorenzo on December 27, 2010, 10:59:49 PM
hehehe i can spot the difference a little bit. I was not in Lila long enough to hear their intonations, just from friends and workers that are from Dimiao. One of our house workers in Valencia is from Dimiao. Her accent is akin to the Valencianon accent (particularly in the baranggays close to Dimiao).
Dimiao is a cute town, and I do enjoy stopping by their market place to chit chat with the folks. Dimiao will always have a fond place in my heart.

When I returned home to Bohol this July 2010, I found out that our Isuzu Crosswind was in 'standard' module. I never knew how to drive in standard (am used to driving automatic), so my cousin Joseph Salvo took the truck with me and showed me the basics of driving. By Canmanico, Valencia he got out of the driver's seat and told me to take over. SO i did. From there I drove my truck out of Valencia and through Dimiao Town. It was in Dimiao that I perfected my 'standard' driving skills. lol.

:)
Title: Re: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: Lorenzo on February 06, 2011, 01:15:23 PM
1. The people, friendly and loving people (most).

2. The pandesal. Dimiao is known for its excellent pandesal

3. Dimiao's beautiful Church

4. The Old Spanish Ruins

5. Dimiao's bustling market place.
Title: Re: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: Lorenzo on February 06, 2011, 01:54:15 PM
A.  As soon as you exit Dimiao, you Enter Valencia.


That's what I love the most.  ;D
Title: Re: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: Lorenzo on March 12, 2011, 03:28:19 AM

salamat!
Title: Re: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: rogamz on May 23, 2017, 11:42:37 AM
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salamat!

hehe wa sapayan... di malikakayan bisan asa lugar, naa dili pareho intonasyon.. sa kabaryohan..
Title: Re: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: islander on May 27, 2017, 10:54:41 AM

 my father is from dimiao (his family was transported from loay when his father, our grandfather, was assigned in dimiao as a judge in the days of yore), thus i had some fond childhood memories of summer vacations in dimiao, where i learned to climb trees and love the beach, even at that time when i suffered the worst sunburn of my life. and oh, my mother is from valencia, which is only 10 kilometers away.
Title: Re: Why do you love Dimiao
Post by: rogamz on June 04, 2017, 10:01:51 AM
..when my father was hired an army under training held in Midsayap, Cotabato. Fortunately, he took vacation for a while in lovely hometown Dimiao, during his free moment met my mother from Anda..I would say both Dimiao and Anda I learned much makes me memorable time during our childhood..   
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