Monthly Archives: September 2013

All In a Day’s Work: An Encounter with a Shellfish Gleaner

He has gone around in the water surrounding the hundred square meter man-made island thrice while we were ready to feed on our grilled pork belly and hot dogs.  We called to him “kuya! kaon ta!” and he just motioned … Continue reading

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Strolling the Mangrove Boardwalk: A Hopeful Day with the Oil Slick Victims

For less than two weeks, I’ve been asking here and there for donations for the fishing community in Brgy. Day-as, Cordova in our very own Mactan Island.  Along with my college friends who have been persuasively reaching out to people … Continue reading

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