Second honeymoon?

Jun and Zeny Vigo were in Bohol recently and we wonder if they did spend their second honeymoon there. If so, they couldn’t have chosen a more romantic place than Chocolate Hills.  Legend has it that those mounds of land, cone-shaped and almost symmetrical, came about when Arogo, a young and handsome giant, fell in love with an ordinary mortal named Aroya. When the latter passed away, the grief-stricken Arogo shed humongous tears that would later dry and become hills.

Jun told us it was a pity they didn’t get to meet up with Ma’am Fe Calope, who, at the time of their visit to the province, was in Manila.

Three cheers

Three cheers for the IV-3 class who held a mini-reunion recently at the Mall of Asia in Pasay. As far as we know, this is their first time to have a get-together of their own. Led by class president Reginal dela Cruz, the group also welcomed their balikbayan classmate, Josephine Urbiztondo. You can view more photos and a video of their karaoke showdown on Ymir Dimalanta’s Facebook account.

IV-2 and IV-5 have had several reunions last year and we hope the other sections will follow suit soon.