Mt. Kang-ayong a.k.a 'The Table Top Mountain'
Mablaran Falls
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"Perhaps the nursery rhyme 'The old Woman, who lived in a shoe,' is adoptable to San Andres, for they have their version of the shoe. As Mother Nature likes to have her play, she gave the town a unique rock formation, since its shape resembles a shoe, they named it 'Sapatos Point"
San Andres is a 5th class municipality in the province of Romblon, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 13,460 people in 2,737 households. It is a coastal town on the northwest portion of Tablas Island. It is bounded on
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Mabuhay! Thanks for viewing my personal video blog, 'Being Human Being'. Topic of my blog is anything under the sun. From my life in vibrant and multicultural city of Melbourne Australia to the enchanting valley of Brgy. Victoria, the 'Garlic Capital of Romblon".
The Sight and Sound of San Andres Romblon Part II
Mga kasimanwa, kamag-anak at mga kababayan ko, nais ko pong ibahagi sa inyong lahat ang pangalawang yugto na dokumentaryo na aking ginawa tungkol sa aming bayan ng San Andres, sa lalawigan ng Romblon. Ito po ay pinamagatang..."The Sight and Sound of San Andres Romblon Part II".

Dito po ninyo matutunghayan ang tunay na buhay ng San Andresnon in particular and probably Pilipino in general. From the bare-footed farmers of Agpudlos grinding the dried 'palay' up to the playing kids of Sitio Mablaran taking a shower in a metered-free water. Akoy napaiyak habang pinapanood ang pinaka bagong edisyon. It took me almost half day to finish it at lalong natagalan ng magluko ang aking NLE software. Subalit may awa pa rin ang ating Panginoon. The docs human drama and landscape of our town is truly moving. Added with a beautiful backround music, slow motion and right cut, for me its truly overwhelming.

In short, San Andres is indeed a 'real Philippines'. I should say that lucky for us San Andresnon that our town remains the same, just like when our Great 'Ol Folks' discovered it.

The moving picture was captured in glorious High Definition using a consumer camera and just right after the typhoon Ondoy. Akin pong nakunan ang aming bayan sa loob po lamang ng tatlong araw. Nag simula sa human interests, old and new houses, aplaya, mga kalsada, paaralan, palayan, ilog at hanggang sa akayatin ang Mt. Kang-Ayong. Hirap din ang inabot ko sa kadahilanang laging nasisira ang motor na minamaneho ko, to the extent na naubusan pa ng gasolina ang sasakyan habang akoy umiikot sa aming bayan. Thanks to one lovely lass from Dona Trinidad who volunteered to buy me gasoline in Brgy. Mabini. So kind indeed!

Sa lahat ng tumangkilik sa dokumentaryong ito, maraming-maraming salamat po.

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San Andres Romblon's famous landmark, The 'Sapatos Point' in Sitio Pasilagon.
the north by the Calatrava, on the south by Odiongan, on the east by San Agustin and on the west by the Tablas Strait. San Andres has a land area of 75.50 sq. km. The town is a former barangay of Odiongan which became a municipality on 1920.

The present municipality of San Andres was formerly a native village settlement of nipa huts known by the name Parpaguha, after a bird’s name Parpaguha was a big and rare bird that had its nest among the thickets of trees along the river bank where settlement was located
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'Home' - Befere Ivanhoe call it 'Mined'
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'Tablas Island - A Ticking Mine Bomb'
A video documentary about Tablas Island which is on verge of mining exploration by Ivanhoe of Canada.

Videography and edited by Miles