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Anna Liz Cabrido, Author at Pinay.com

Anna Liz Cabrido

Anna Liz Cabrido is a contented 32-year old single lady and a proud South Cotabatena, whose home province, South Cotabato, is known as the Land of the Dream Weavers. When not in her writing mood, she is off for another traveling experience---to islands in the sun, to a grand or street food trip, happy when in a tranquil vacation with her best travel buddies. Visit her blog at http://www.annalizcabrido.blogspot.com.

Posts By Anna Liz Cabrido

BDJ Invites Beautiful Women With Heart: Women Helping Women

Nine empowered Pinays in the Philippines who leave a little sparkle wherever they go will be talking to at least a thousand pinays this Saturday, April 16, 2016, at the BDJ Women’s Summit: Women Helping Women, sharing their experiences that will inspire you to grow and shine, and also educate on how to act (more…)Read More

My Solo Travel Adventure To Kalamansig

It’s 3 p.m. in Kalamansig, a charming little town located in the northeastern part of the province of Sultan Kudarat, and the area is slowly packing its day. The town, I learned, is home to traders—sellers of farm products like copra and palay, fresh seafood like crab, prawns and even (more…)Read More

Learn Surfing and Reflect on the Waves of Life

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I have started surfing this year. Every weekend, if my schedule permits, I rush out of town to join a surfing camp in Barangay Dahican, a surfing village in Mati City, in the province of Davao Oriental. To get there, I travel for five hours to catch the waves, smell the (more…)Read More

Nurse Breastfeeds Babies Not Her Own

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Filipina nurse Maria Belen Moron, 27, usually breastfeeds two babies a day or at least 20 in a month at South Cotabato Provincial Hospital, in the Philippines. However, Moron is not paid as a “wet nurse” but she is doing it voluntarily as a mother who understands the struggles of first (more…)Read More

Filipina Teacher Gives Inmates Second Chance

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Anecia Zapata, a Filipina elementary teacher for almost two decades, never thought she would be teaching in an unlikely classroom like the provincial jail with students in trying circumstances. That was in 2009 when Ma’am Amy, as she is fondly called at the South Cotabato Rehabilitation and Detention Center, became a (more…)Read More

Pinay’s Real Life Drama on the High Seas

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In 2003, Rebecca Catedrilla, in her 40s, left the Philippine island of Mindanao to work abroad—not for greener pastures but to hide herself from the shame she brought to her family. “I am not proud of what I did but I am proud of the lessons I learned,” she said. (more…)Read More

Life Lessons I Learned From Mountain Climbing

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I first thought of mountain climbing as just a sport but veteran mountain climber Louwel Dejesica who introduced me to it has made me think otherwise. After my experience climbing mountains I see mountains now as wonderful playgrounds. Their silence gives me back my focus in life. “It is a (more…)Read More

T’boli Mothers Take Part in Saving Culture

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Vivian Antang, a young Pinay T’boli mother of three, listened intently to the speaker in front who enumerated the elements of a good children’s story. A few seats away from her is Sally Dala, her neighbor who seemed to enjoy remembering numerous indigenous games of their tribe. On her left (more…)Read More

Pinay Backpack: South Cotabato, from Nature to Culture

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By Anna Liz Cabrido This is a place for Pinay backpackers who look for a taste of nature and culture in Southern Philippines. South Cotabato, the land of the “Dream Weavers” is located in SOCCSKSARGEN region, a barely 45-minute drive from the bustling city of General Santos which is known (more…)Read More

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