PhotoHunt#152 Covered

They covered the peace sign with flowers and beans! I loved it. The peace sign was on a floral float which is one of the contingents for the Kadayawan's Floral Float parade contest this year.


This is my entry for PhotoHunt. Go here for more.


Annual Physical Examination

It is time for our annual physical examination once again. As usual, we are going to have our urinalysis, fecalysis, complete blood count, chest x-ray and ECG.  After the said laboratory tests, we are scheduled for consultations with an accredited doctor.

The annual physical examination is something that I do not look forward to but it is something necessary especially now that I am getting older.  Like most people, I do not have much patience waiting at the clinic lobby for my turn to get pierced and poked upon by the medical personnel. Thankfully, the magazines available for reading and listening to the small talks made by the laboratory people somehow helped me get through the boredom of waiting.

I have always been interested in reading about the human body. Perhaps because I used to dream of becoming a doctor until financial constraints squashed that dream dead. Still, the fascination with the human body remained with me through the years, more so now after the recent death of my father due to cancer.

Here are some fascinating facts about the human body:

Litratong Pinoy#155 Drinks (Inumin)

Davao City


The Davao Punch combined the tastes of pomelo and guava and something that I could not quite guess. It was really good and I would have gotten a second cup if they had let me. The drink was offered at the arrival area of Davao International Airport. Initially, it was only me and a friend who dared to taste the drink but people started lining up after asking us how it tasted.

The Value Of Education

I remember how my parents used to remind me when I was younger to finish my college education no matter what. We were very poor  but they valued education more than anything else. I did not know what they meant back then but in time and through experience, I started to see what they have been lecturing through the years. If not for their constant reminders, I would have been part of the drop-out statistics. For their constant reminders, I am forever grateful to them.

Philippines has a high literacy rate among the developing world but this rate has long been considered questionable quality-wise. Its government offered free education up until secondary level for several years now.  However, the drop-out rate increases as the level of education increases. Research studies indicate that poverty is the biggest contributory factor in the drop-out rates in education.

It came as a big surprise for me though to see that even developed countries like the USA has the same problem as ours as can be seen in the graphics below..

See Expanded ImageAccredited Online Dropout College Data
From: http://www.Accredited-Online-Colleges.org

 I guess, problems in education apply not only to developing countries but also to developed countries as well.


Tuesday Travels#13 Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino's Water Fountain

3Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino's Water Fountain is located just outside its church, just right in the middle where the candles are being offered. Actually, it was my first time to see a water fountain situated right smack in the middle of the candle offerings.


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Ruby Tuesday#116 Kadayawan Festival Contingent

I haven't had nude hosiery for years now. I find it so much trouble but it seems that Kate and Pippa Middleton are making it popular once again. For sure though, this another contingent of Kadayawan festival's Indak-Indak sa Kadalanan (streetdancing) did not need those hosiery. After all, they're wearing tattoos on their legs.

This is my entry for:

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Too Busy For His Loans

Somebody called me up this afternoon while I was about to get to church. I did not know the guy but my mother asked me to just take the call. It turned out, the caller was the driver of a cousin. The caller has a cousin who has been looking for somebody working with our company. An insider that he hoped would help him with his delinquent housing loan and I was the likely candidate.

The call annoyed me for several reasons. One, I was late for my appointment. Two, he could have just gone to our office instead of calling to our home. After all, it’s work-related. Three, I could not understand the need of an insider to fix his loans since all he needed to do was pay his arrearages. Anyway, I tried to explain to the caller that it would be better for his cousin to personally visit our office and discuss his options to his account holder. However, the caller said that his cousin is always busy that he could not find time to get to the office. I thought to myself, “Wow! If he cannot bring himself to our office even if he already got the foreclosure notice. Then, he does not care at all if his house gets foreclosed. This call is useless.” Of course, I did not tell the caller what went through my mind. Instead, I just told him to advise his cousin to get to our office immediately so he can discuss his options.

In my line of work, it amazes me to no end whenever I encounter borrowers with this kind of mindset. They take loans without thinking if they could actually pay their amortization payments. When their creditors start running after them, that is when they start worrying but only for a while. Until, it has become too late.

Sunday Stealing#99

Today we ripped off a blogger named Jess from the blog IROCKSOWHAT. She says everyone is doing it, but doesn't say who she stole it from. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. Take the time to comment on other player's posts. It's a great way to make new friends! Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Sunday Stealing: That Meme That's Going Around

Cheers to all of us thieves!

A. Age: 40s

B. Bed size: Queen size

C. Chore that you hate: Ironing those clothes

D. Dogs: One old, lazy dog that I love.

E. Essential start to your day: Drinking one glass of water right after waking up.

F. Favorite color: Nowadays, it's green.

G. Gold or Silver: For jewelry, white gold or silver.

H. Height: 5'2"

I. Instruments you play: Guitar but am not good at it.

J. Job title: Paper and pen pusher, Drill Sergeant.

K. Kids: None.

L. Live: I live with my mother.

M. Mother's name: Mama.

N. Nicknames: Bru, Mar, Wanggits, Tes.

O. Overnight hospital stays: When my father had his operation last year.

P. Pet peeve: Liars, liars, liars.

Q. Quote from a movie: "Go ahead, make my day..."

R. Right or left handed: Right handed.

S. Siblings: One. It would be nice to have another one.

T. Time you wake up: Past 6am on working days. Past 8am on non-working days.

U. Underwear: I prefer cotton and colored ones.

V. Vegetable you hate: Hmm...none I can think of.

W. What makes you run late: Staying on the internet for far too long.

X. X-Rays you've had: Recently, I had my nose x-rayed due to allergies.

Y. Yummy food that you make: Fruit salad, blueberry cheesecake, chocolate mousse, spaghetti, bihon (stir fried noodles).

Z. Zoo animal: Tiger.


PhotoHunt#151 Yellow


Yellow and red were the common colors during Kadayawan festival. This was one of the contingents of the Indak-indak sa Kadalanan (streetdancing) contest last August.

This is my entry for PhotoHunt. Go here for more.


Holiday Gym Promo

Holiday Gym and Spa at Torres St., Davao City is running a membership promo package for this month.

The promo package shall include:
Ø Unlimited use of fitness center including jogging track and boxing facilities.
Ø Unlimited attendance to all group exercise classes.
Ø Personalized exercise program.
Ø Exercise supervision from licensed, certified & well-trained instructors.
Ø Free use of sauna, locker facilities and shower.
Ø Free use of swimming pool, basketball courts.
Ø Free use of wall climbing facilities from Monday to Friday 4pm to 8pm, Saturday 3pm to 7pm.
Ø Free use of badminton courts from 6am to 2pm daily. Ø Free postural analysis & scoliosis screening.
Ø Free nutritional counseling on scheduled days.
Ø Discounts in other establishments.

Promo Rates for Regular Membership:
3 months P4,000 + 1 month free
6 months P7,000 + 2 months free
12 months P11,000 + 4 months free

Contact details: Holiday Gym and Spa, F. Torres St., Davao City

Telephone numbers: 2223041, 2224207 website: www.holidaygymandspa.com http://holidaygymandspa.multiply.com email address: holidaygymandspa@yahoo.com


Jewelries To Shine

My mother like her mother before her always emphasized that women should wear jewelries even if they are not going anywhere but home. A simple stud earring or a ring band on the finger somehow enhances a woman’s beauty than nothing at all. Somehow, this has influenced our generation of cousins especially the women. Not so much on me though because I still prefer to not wear jewelries while at home but I never saw one cousin of mine who did not wear some kind of jewelry any where, any time. Old tales say that wearing jewelries not only enhances somebody’s beauty but they somehow protect the wearer from evil spirits or bad vibes.

A cousin loves Anna Kournikova’s necklaces while another likes the Williams’ sisters style of jewelry. My preference on the other hand varies all the time. Sometimes, I like antique-style jewelry and another times, I like the ones that are made of unique materials. I like gold jewelry more than silver jewelry. Intricate designs are attractive but simple designs are preferable more over clunky ones. Recently, a friend bought tungsten jewelry online and I like what he bought. I actually bought a tungsten ring years ago for another friend’s birthday and promised myself to buy a similar one for myself. It was a promise I have yet to keep.

Enjoy Life

I saw this from a friend's wall and I really liked it. So am reposting this here..

REPOST FROM A FRIEND'S FB POST: When I was a kid, my mom liked to make breakfast food for dinner every now and then. And I remember one night in particular when she had made breakfast after a long, hard day at work. On that evening so long ago, my mom placed a plate of eggs, sausage, and extremely burned biscuits in front of my dad. I remember waiting to see if anyone noticed! Yet all my dad did was reach for his Biscuit, smile at my mom and ask me how my day was at school. I don't remember what I told him that night, but I do remember hearing my mom apologize to my dad for burning the biscuits. And I'll never forget what he said: "Honey, I love burned biscuits." Later that night, I went to kiss Daddy good night and I asked him if he really liked his biscuits burned. He wrapped me in his arms and said, "Your momma put in a long hard day at work today and she's real tired. And besides... a burnt biscuit never hurt anyone!" You know, life is full of imperfect things... and imperfect people. I'm not the best at hardly anything, and I forget birthdays and anniversaries just like everyone else. What I've learned over the years is that learning to accept each others faults and choosing to celebrate each others differences, is one of the most important keys to creating a healthy, growing, and lasting relationship. So...please pass me a biscuit. And yes, the burned one will do just fine! And please pass this along to someone who has enriched your life... I just did! Life is too short to wake up with regrets... Love the people who treat you right and forget about the ones who don't.


Litratong Pinoy#154 Manipis(Thin)


They used thin cloths for the kites in Boracay but they were really sturdy. The cloth can pull and carry one person through the waters, again and again. It was really amazing to watch and seemed so easy to do but I know, it was not that easy.

Manipis lang na tela ang gamit sa saranggola ng Boracay pero talagang matibay ito. Kaya nitong hilahin at buhatin ang isang tao sa tubig, pabalik-balik. Nakakatuwang tingnan na parang ang daling gawin lang pero alam kong, hindi siya madali.

Cannot See The Dancing With the Stars

I came home today to find my niece squinting intently on the TV screen. Not sure what she was up to, I just observed her for a while. She looked agitated and excited at the same time while muttering at the TV. From time to time, she would get busy rummaging inside her school bag and would return to the TV again pushing buttons here and there. I decided to ask her what she was up to but she said it was nothing. Until I heard her muttering to herself that she would be really happy to find her prescription glasses as she cannot watch Dancing With the Stars properly without them. I got upset with her since I was the one who bought them for her and they were expensive. She assured me though that she have been trying her best to find them. Tonight, I saw her wearing her glasses back again. She happily reported that she found them under the kitchen table while the kittens were pawing at them. Her prescription glasses now have a few scratches but other than that, they are in good condition. I warned her though that if they get lost again, I will not buy some new ones for her. She assured me that she will not lose them again as she icannot afford to miss watching the The Dancing With the Stars. Thank goodness for that.


Tuesday Travels#12 Costa Marina Waters



The calm and clean waters of Costa Marina Beach Resort, Davao City. What I like about this beach resort is that only a few people get there so it usually is quiet.

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Ruby Tuesday#115 Red Everywhere

The indigenous people's favorite color is red and yellow. No wonder that the contingents of the Indak-indak sa Kadalanan (streetdancing) of the Kadayawan festival wore predominantly red and yellow/gold costumes.

This is my entry for:

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Illuminati Tours' The LightHouse of the Northern Coast

If I can only afford this trip nowadays, I won't pass this up. But since I can't, I will just share this must-do, must-travel destination. I just hope that this will not be a one-time trip because I know I can do the trip maybe next time.

Discover and experience romance in the most scenic Spanish-era lighthouses of the Philippines! Enjoy the journey of your lifetime as ILLUMINATI TOURS AND ADVOCACIES takes you to a 4-day and 4-night getaway to the most historic lighthouses of the Northern Coast. (See attached web flyer)

We’ve teamed up with Archt. Manuel M.L.C. Noche, author of the coffee table book “Lonely Sentinels of the Sea: The Spanish Colonial Lighthouses in the Philippines”, professor of College of Architecture in University of Sto. Tomas, expert member of UAP (United Architects of the Philippines), ICOMOS (International Committee on Monuments and Sites) and corporate secretary of HCS (Heritage Conservation Society of the Philippines). The tour will highlight the rich history of lighthouses in the Philippines, its significant contribution with the maritime trade since the 19th century, and the need for its continuous utilization, maintenance and preservation.

Visit these following lighthouses:

· Faro de Islote de Capon Grande, San Antonio, Zambales

· Faro de Punta Patar, Bolinao, Pangasinan

· Faro de Cabo Bojeador, Burgos, Ilocos Norte

· Faro de Cabo Engaño, Palaui Island, Santa Ana, Cagayan

Tour package include:

Ø Round-trip tourist bus transportation

Ø Round-trip boat rides to Capones Island and Palaui Island

Ø Overnight stay (twin sharing) at Cagayan Holiday and Leisure Inn, Sta. Ana, Cagayan

Ø Overnight stay (twin sharing) at Grandpa’s Inn, Vigan, Ilocos Sur

Ø Overnight stay (twin sharing) at SCL Garden Paradise Resort, Bolinao, Pangasinan

Ø Full board meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) for 4 days

Ø UCPB Travel Insurance Coverage

Ø Services of the Tour Guide and Facilitator

Tour fee is Php 17,000 per person, all-inclusive. Only 20 slots available.

Deadline for registration is Monday Oct. 17, 2011.

For full details of the tour itinerary, please click here.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This tour requires some climbing and trekking, especially when visiting the Cape Engaño Lighthouse in Palaui Island and Capones Island Lighthouse. Please ensure that you are medically fit and in sound health before registering for the tour.

To register, please contact us at +639174797015 or e-mail inquiry@illuminatitours.com


Sunday Stealing#98

Today we ripped off a blogger and blog called Highway Girl. We will do the forty question in two parts. She states that she shamelessly stole it from Rappy. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. Take the time to comment on other player's posts. It's a great way to make new friends! Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Sunday Stealing: The Lower 40 Meme, Part Two

Cheers to all of us thieves!

21) Have you ever flown a kite? Oh yes, with my brother.

22) Do you wish on your fallen lashes? When I was a kid, yes.

23) Do you consider yourself successful? To some degree, I think so especially if  I compare myself to my contemporaries or classmates.

24) When was the last time that you made an obscene phone call? Never did that.

25) Have you ever asked for a pony? Nope.

26) Plans for tomorrow? Just work and have a good day.

27) Can you juggle? A little.

28) Missing someone now? Yes, the birthday boy.

29) When was the last time you told someone "I love you"? It has been a long time.

30) And truly meant it? I meant it, still do.

31) How often do you drink alcohol? Not anymore.

32) How are you feeling today? Feeling good. My sinusitis is receding. Thank goodness.

33) Have you every tried to write a meme? Nope but thought about it.

34) Have you ever been fired from a job? Nope.

35) What are you looking forward to? Travel, learning new things.

36) Have you ever crawled through a window? Yes, several times.

37) What's the most recent bad meal that you had to endure? I couldn't recall.

38) Can you handle the truth? Hard the truth maybe, it is meant to be handled.

39) Whose to blame for what's going on? People.

40) What will it take to fix it all up? To fix it all up is to be responsible for one's choices and to be brave enough to face at the consequences down the road.


PhotoHunt#150 Wooden


Our Garden Room at Blue Mango Inn, Barangay Manoc-manoc, Boracay Island. I love it!


Not only did I love our room. I also love the wooden bed with its headboard designed with the coconut tree. My mother wanted to take home this wooden cabinet with coconut design.

This is my entry for PhotoHunt. Go here for more.


The Heart Run

The registration has already been paid. The race singlet is waiting to be worn for tomorrow's Heart Run but the wearer is still having second thoughts. It will only be a 3 kilometer run/walk but because I'm not at my usual self (runny nose, sneezing, slight fever and lethargic), my foremost thought right now is how can I wake at dawn, drag myself out of the bed and make it to the meeting place, the People's Park. A lot of my officemates and some friends will be doing it but unlike them, I will only be doing the run just to challenge myself. Not with this runny nose and sneezing maniac though.

Well, I'm keeping my fingers crossed for this run. Fighting!


Litratong Pinoy#153 Maliit (Small)


These are small souvenirs from Boracay. I wanted to buy some but they were a bit expensive at P85 each. I was haggling with the saleslday but she has gotten irritated and uncooperative. So, I didn't buy anything from her and instead bought something else for my souvenirs. I just took some photos of them.

Mga maliliit na pasalubong galing Boracay. Gusto ko sanang bilihin kaso may kamahalan sa P85 ang isa. Tinatawaran ko sana para makabili ako ng marami kaso medyo nagsuplada ang tindera. Ayun! hindi ko siya binilihan at iba ang binili kong pasalubong. Nilitratuhan ko na lang.


Tuesday Travels#11 Wet and Wild in Panglao


I saw him/her playing in the waters earlier with the other dogs. I couldn't find a good shot of them until I saw him/her got tired and laid down on the white sands by the Dumaluan Beach in Panglao Island, Bohol. What a good way to get wet and wild, he must have been thinking. I totally agree with him, he was having a good life.

This is my entry for..


Ruby Tuesday#114 Red Coke Bag


This red coke bag is made of recycled coke cans. It was being sold in one of the stores in Boracay's D'Mall. Recycled bags like these have already made its way to the fashion couture. What a hip and cool way to help preserve our environment.

This is my entry for:

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Of Celebrities and Athletes

Condolences to the family and friends of Spartacus star, Andy Whitfield, who died of cancer at the age of 39 a few days ago. It was a shocking news for me since I’ve watched the TV series just recently and found him quite healthy and good-looking. By the way, I am not digging Angelina Jolie’s new Louis Vuitton handcuffed-purse. It may look golden but its design as handcuffed to the wrist just seem so strange to me.

Meantime, congratulations to the new US Open Champion, Sam Stosur. She beat the cranky, hard-hitting Serena Williams. Tomorrow, Djokovic and Nadal shall face off for the US Open championship game for men. I love both tennis players and I want Rafa Nadal to win even if statistics have shown that Djokovic had beaten Rafa several times.


Off To Europe?

After the disapprovals of two of my friends’ US visa application, the remaining traveling members of our group have been reconsidering foregoing the US trip next year. As for me, if US cannot have some confidence in us, let them be. There are many more places to see other than US. After all, more people I know recommends the Europe tour over US tour.

Ironically, US needs more visitors to boost their tourism industries to help improve their economy and to disapprove US tourist visas without proper and thorough consideration is counter-productive. So, off to Europe? Definitely, yes.


PhotoHunt#149 Greasy

A lot of Philippine food is greasy but still, Filipinos love them. This was one of our breakfasts during our stay in Boracay. Boiled plain rice, fried scrambled egg and longganisa (Filipino greasy). Only the rice was not greasy. Yummy though.

This is my entry for PhotoHunt. Go here for more.


Too Many Photos For Printing

It has been awhile since I've had my photos printed. I stopped having them printed when I started taking more photos. I still plan on having my favorite photos organized in photo albums but time and money constraints have been preventing me. Anyway, for now, I'll have the travel photos with my mother get printed as she would prefer to see them in paper than on my desktop.


Litratong Pinoy#152 Malaki


A big carabao made of native lemons. Is it possible?

Isang malaking kalabaw na gawa sa kalamansi. Pwede ba iyon?


It is, if it is a participant in the Pamulak Floral Float parade of Kadayawan. You can even add some garlic for the rope for the carabao (water buffalo) and durian for decoration of his car.

Pwede, kapag kasali siya sa parada ng Pamulak Parada ng mga Bulaklak ng Kadayawan. Dagdagan mo pa ng bawang na panali ng kalabaw at durian para dekorasyon sa kanyang sasakyan.


Ruby Tuesday#113 Everywhere Red In Kadayawan


One of the contingents for this year's Kadayawan streetdance (local name: Indak-indak sa Kadalanan). I really love how they used the malong (native cloth wrapped around their waist) while they danced. It was a beautiful sight!

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Tuesday Travels#10 Wet and Wild

Boracay Island,Visayas

While Typhoon Mina battered the northern parts of the Philippines, the winds at Boracay Island were too windy for people to go swimming.

Only the local dogs dared to get wet and played wildly with the waves. Nonetheless, the view along the White Beach was still really beautiful.


This is my entry for..


Travel Bug

The Boracay-Kalibo-Iloilo trip last week that I did with my mother was her second travel vacation in decades. The travel time was longer than last March’s Cebu-Bohol trip but aside from the typhoon worries, she actually did well. The weather was not as good as I had expected it to be considering Typhoon Mina’s tailwinds affected the weather of central Philippines. I was hoping we could soak in the waters of Boracay but the waves were just too strong to handle she would not dare go near it. Nevertheless, she was awed by the place. She expected it to be like our Samal Island, less populated and with lesser amenities but she was in for a big surprise, of course. Boracay Island was after all, a party island.

As we walked at the famous White Beach for hours, I was wishing my father was also there. He would have soaked it all up and would probably be quite happy being by the beach. Still, I am quite happy that I was able to convince my mother to start traveling. The travel bug hit her and she really liked it.    


Sunday Stealing#97

Today we ripped off a blogger named WonderGirl from the blog WonderGirl and The Sift She states that she snagged this from Mrs. Crumley, because she was lazy that day. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. Take the time to comment on other player's posts. It's a great way to make new friends! Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Sunday Stealing: The 20 Questions of Doom Meme

Cheers to all of us thieves!

1. Do you believe in Heaven? Yes.

2. Have you ever come close to dying? No, thank goodness.

3. What jewelery do you wear 24/7? I don't wear jewelery that long.

4. Would you ever consider having plastic surgery? Ask me that question after 15 years.

5. What do you wear to bed? Bedclothes.. hehehe! Tank top and pajama.

6. Have you ever done anything illegal? Nope, I don't think so.

7. Who was the last person that you touched? My niece, Lizalyn.

8. Where did you eat last? Greenwhich Fast Food, I had spaghetti and one slice of Greenwich pizza.

9. Besides your own blog, are there any that you routinely read but never comment on? Yes, some people blogs.

10. Ever been involved with the police? No, thank goodness.

11. Do you talk in your sleep? Nope.

12. Now a celebrity fantasy. Who would you take on a ménage à trois for a dirty weekend? Hugh Jackman or Ryan Reynolds.

13. Do you feel that you’ve had a truly successful life? In some ways, yes.

14. Where do you wish you were? With somebody right now.

15. Have you ever ridden in an ambulance? Nope and I don't have any plans to do it.

16. Is there any type of dancing that you love to do? Latin.

17. Last gift you received? Ballpen from a friend.

18. Last sport you played? Tennis, just this morning.

19. Last place you went on holiday? Boracay, last week.

20. Current Song? Loca by Shakira


PhotoHunt#148 Wrong


Yes, it is wrong to eat and eat especially the sweet ones. But when you've been walking for hours under the hot sun by the beach, drinking water is just not enough to quench the thirst. I want ice cream, sundae and ice! Preferably, all in one glass. Woot! So, here it is at P140 from one of the kiosks in D'Mall, Boracay Island. Expensive but it was all worth it!

This is my entry for PhotoHunt. Go here for more.


Hitting The Target

Hitting the target, that’s always the emphasis during our meetings. We are being rated for it and along with that, our incentives basis are based on the target accomplishment. The targets are high enough to get every one busy but what’s bothersome is that, some branches seem to be busier fringing with jurisdiction. On our side, we try to convince new clients to get in while trying to sustain our old ones but it seems it is not so with our colleagues in other branches. Instead of finding new ones that have never registered yet, they find the registered ones in other branches and convince them to transfer to theirs. A true dog eats dog corporate world, huh!


Litratong Pinoy#151 Liwanag (Light)


I find firedancers really cool. It was not easy to twirl something around your wrist and more so if it was on fire. Surely, the fire they were carrying was too hot and too bright for their eyes but they continued dancing just to earn money. The photo was taken in Boracay Island. Every night, these dancers perform at Station 2 of the said island.

Bilib ako sa mga mananayaw na ito. Hindi madaling magpa-ikot sa kamay ng isang bagay lalo pa't ito'y nag-aapoy. Siguradong mainit at maliwanag sa mata ang dala-dala nilang apoy pero sige pa rin sila para lang kumita. Kuha ang litratong ito sa isla ng Boracay. Gabi-gabi, ginagawa ito ng mga mananayaw sa may estasyon 2 ng sinabing isla.