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Guimo Pantuhan
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Agricultural engineer. University instructor. Freelance writer. Blogger.
Agricultural engineer. University instructor. Freelance writer. Blogger.

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Baktin Diaries: The Road Back Home is so Much Wider
Continued from Baktin Diaries: Rise of the Jinxed Club The stars were still twinkling like diamonds in the sky when our ferry hit the dock of Surigao. The breeze was cold and the smell of Mindanao sent a wonderful shiver through my dilapidated body. Few hou...

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Baktin Diaries: Rise of the Jinxed Club
Continued from: Baktin Diaries: The Tragic Death of the City Piglets The “quick” ferry ride provided us a “quick” relief from the rowdy bus crowd. However, no sooner did we find ourselves squeezed again onto our bus seats, enduring hours of long travel, our...

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Baktin Diaries: The Tragic Death of the City Piglets
Continued from: Baktin Diaries: Ispiso na Amoy! (A Sharp Whiff!) “Where am I?” My mind immediately asked when I regained consciousness. It was like I was in a state of déjà vu as I struggled to identify what place and time I was in. I remembered Christina A...

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Baktin Diaries: Ispiso na Amoy! (A Sharp Whiff!)
Some trips are unexpectedly memorable. Trips that defy all measures of a comfy ride but once shared with friends and a bunch of random funny strangers, they become instant attraction in one’s memory lane. Such ride for me was my recent trip to Legazpi City ...

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Baktin Diaries: Ispiso na Amoy! (A Sharp Whiff!)
Some trips are unexpectedly memorable. Trips that defy all measures of a comfy ride but once shared with friends and a bunch of random funny strangers, they become instant attraction in one’s memory lane. Such ride for me was my recent trip to Legazpi City ...

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First Peek - King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017)
How a hero started is the theme of the Australian-American
epic drama King Arthur: Legend of the
Sword. From his rowdy childhood in the back streets of Londinium, Arthur
discovers his royal lineage when he draws the sword Excalibur from the stone.
With the ...
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