Chapter 12: Day of the Dead It is located on a large paddy field surrounded by old walls and bamboo in the San Diego cemetery.
There is a large cross fixed in the middle of it.
The graveyard is open and the road to the cemetery is narrow.
It is muddy in the rainy season and dusty in the summer. That night there was a very strong downpour.
Two people are busy digging in one part of the cemetery.
One has been a longtime worker while his assistant is new and has been tireless in their work.
The two took the body they had dug for only twenty days from the dead. The decree of excavating the corpse and transferring it to the Chinese cemetery was from Father Garrote and none other than Father Damaso, the parish priest of the time.
Offer - welcome
Included - included
Narrow - narrow
Hurry - hurry
Decorative - decorated
Bulging - bulging
Crying - mourning