With Christmastime fast approaching, a famous house in Dumaguete is already 60 percent done with its decorations.
According to owner Dr. Rico Absin, a practicing anesthesiologist, this year's theme is Disneyland, hence the big Peter Pan standee outside their Spanish-inspired home.
Snowflakes, Christmas trees, and differently colored flowers also proliferate around the house to give it a burst of color and joy.
Absin first opened his home to the public in 1988 in honor of his mother, Doña Alicia Absin, who loved to decorate their home for Christmas.
The Dumaguete Christmas house is set to be opened to the public on the first week of December.