Diadi, Nueva Vizcaya is my hubby's hometown. He spent his younger years in Baragay Poblacion. His family lived there when he was in Grade 5 to 4th year highschool.
I checked my bestfriend Google to know more about it.
Diadi is a 4th class municipality in the province of Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines. It is politically subdivided into 19 baranggays.
So last weekend, after a stop over at Dalton Pass, we headed to Diadi. Walang kameng cellphone numbers ng mga pinsan Duz dahil nawala na yung dati nameng sim card. In short, wala kameng naabisuhan na dadaan kame sa bahay ni Lola Loly.
Last time we've been there was in 2008, nung itinanan ako ni Duz at itinago sa probinsya.
Dumating kame pasado alas-dos. Lola Loly was surprised because our visit was unexpected. We had our quick lunch there and then Tita Dothy arrived. Nagulat din siya nung nakita niya kame.
Short story - muntikan pang mahuli sila Duz at Erik ng pulis. Meron na palang Smoke Free Ordinance in Nueva Vizcaya. Lola Loly's house is just beside the police station. Buti na lang nilapitan lang sila nung pulis at tinanong kung taga-Maynila sila. Nung nalaman na hindi naman taga-probinsya, sinabihan sila na bawal manigarilyo sa labas ng bahay.
Sabi ni Tita Dothy, P1500 daw ang multa sa mga nahuhuli. Kapag kulang ang pambayad, pinaglilinis daw ng munisipyo. Naku po... buti na lang talaga! Haha.
In fairness, it's a very good campaign to have a smoke-free province. Sana ganyan din dito sa Metro Manila.
Less than two hours lang kame nag-stay because we need to be in Cordon Isabela at 4pm to meet our other friends who took the bus to get there.