Compassionate and Colorful Fun Run for the Benefits of Mangyans of Mambugan
Awesome adventure with a twist. When a run-cation leads a runner to Mangyans for her to learn more of life’s journey with missions to minorities.
You could never turn back time, the time wasted and the time taken for granted. But it’s never late to be a faithful steward of time.
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