“Dos Luwas”

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“Dos Luwas” is a short film about the survival of passengers on a plane-crash in a mysterious island. Unfortunately, this mysterious island was the home of Cannibals. The survivors became the victims of the Cannibals and among the ten survivors, there were two who survived. That’s why it was entitled “Dos Luwas”.

Guess what? I’m one of the Cannibals and I really enjoyed my role for this short film. Charcoals’ dusts were spread all over our faces. I had fun doing my role with my co-cannibals because all we did during the entire film was just biting and running in order for us to portray that we are attacking the victims. But running on the warm sand with thorny plants and warm weather is not that easy. However, we all did our very best and that was an unforgettable experience.

Our setting is in Panaon, Misamis Occidental and the beach is very ideal for our short film. The place is pleasant and peaceful where you can take “Instgaramable” photos. We all enjoyed the place because of its  scenic views and one thing we never missed is swimming at the sea!

My Favorite OPM Song

Francis Magalona – Kaleidoscope World

Kaleidoscope World Lyrics

So many faces, so many races
Different voices, different choices
Some are mad, while others laugh
Some live alone with no better half
Others grieve while others curse
And others mourn behind a big black hearse
Some are pure and some half-bred
Some are sober and some are wasted
Some are rich because of fate and
Some are poor with no food on their plate
Some stand out while others blend
Some are fat and stout while some are thin
Some are friends and some are foes
Some have some while some have most

Every color and every hue
Is represented by me and you
Take a slide in the slope
Take a look in the kaleidoscope
Spinnin’ round, make it twirl
In this kaleidoscope world

Some are great and some are few
Others lie while some tell the truth
Some say poems and some do sing
Others sing through their guitar strings
Some know it all while some act dumb
Let the bassline strum to the bang of the drum
Some can swim while some will sink
And some will find their minds and think
Others walk while others run
You can’t talk peace and have a gun
Some are hurt and start to cry
Don’t ask me how don’t ask me why
Some are friends and some are foes
Some have some while some have most

Every color and every hue
Is represented by me and you
Take a slide in the slope
Take a look in the kaleidoscope
Spinnin’ round, make it twirl
In this kaleidoscope world

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I really love the song, Kaleidoscope World by Francis M. because this song symbolizes PEACE not just for the Filipino people but for the whole world.

Just like the kaleidoscope, every individual has its own differences that shows its own unique colors. We may have differences in terms of race, color, social status, age, gender, intelligence, and power but there are things that ties us for who and what we are today. Together, we can create a beautiful, colorful world when we become one in our goal to have humanity and peace here on Earth. ♥♥

Like Patches of Hershey’s Kisses: Chocolate Hills, Bohol

Chocolate Hills in Bohol was included during our educational tour last September, 2015. We went here before we went to the man-made forests. Below are some information about what I have learned from our tour guide.

The Chocolate Hills is known for its extraordinary landscape which makes this small island unique. Unusual shaped hills situated amidst the island of Bohol where 1,776 estimated hills scattered within a fifty square kilometer area.

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They look like giant mole hills, some may even say they look like women’s breasts or patches of hershey’s kisses. These uniform in shape hills are covered with grass that turns chocolate brown at the end of the dry season. That’s why they call them the Chocolate Hills.

Did you know that these chocolate hills are not man-made? Amazing right? Even today, there’s no specific explanation how the Chocolate Hills were formed.

However it was, this fascinating Chocolate Hills is indeed “God’s Little Paradise”.