- Bicolano Penguin
- I am a Bicolano by birth and choice. By any standards, I am a slow runner but I like it that way. I look at running as a healthy and exciting way to make a difference. Together with my fellow runners from our family, school, office and the community, we use running to give back..
November 28, 2011
November 24, 2011
“If you care enough to make the Pasig River clean, this is your chance to make a statement and run for the river.” Words from Gina Lopez, the ABS-CBN Foundation , Inc. (AFI) managing director and concurrent president of the Kapit Bisig Para Sa Ilog Pasig (KBPIP).
November 21, 2011
November 17, 2011
As I am writing this article, the 22nd Philippine Advertising Congress is happening in my home province of Camarines Sur. Hundreds, even thousands of movers and shakers of the Advertising industry and its attendant sectors have trooped to Camsur in recent days.
Answer: The one at Red Platter, Naga City.
Mango is the national fruit of the Philippines. It is a comfort food. It is an excellent source of Vitamins A and C, as well as a good source of Potassium and contains beta carotene. You can say that runners, fast or slow, benefit a lot from consuming this fruit. And what better way to enjoy this natural delicacy in our tropical clime than via a cool mango shake.
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November 16, 2011
Fun runs in Metro Manila are usually held on weekends, mostly on Sundays and a few on Saturdays. Rarely are running events scheduled on a weekday. Perhaps once every blue moon. It is therefore a delight to know that there is a fun run on the last Wednesday of this November. For working stiffs like me in the Philippines, November 30 (the last Wednesday) is a non-working holiday by virtue of it being the birthday of Andres Bonifacio, the founder of the proletarian revolutionary Katipunan Movement.
November 14, 2011
Leg 3 of Runrio Trilogy, Unilab’s Run United 3 was held last Sunday, November 13, 2011. Six 83nean runners (Ateneo de Naga HS Class of 1983) including myself ran the 32 kms.
November 12, 2011
November 9, 2011
November 7, 2011
As a proud running man of the the Ateneo de Naga High School Class of 1983 (follow the exploits of these 40-something runners at http://83neanrunners.blogspot.com) , I subscribe to the precept “Our Bicol. Our Home. Our Run.” It is an axiom that we follow in our choice of long distance running events to join.