Lou Albano

Writer

Lou Albano is a writer based in Manila. Until this GRID assignment, she thought she was a rough-and-tumble kind of a gal. In this issue, Lou joined the Black Pencil Project’s trek to Cambulo, Ifugao, where 40 minutes into the trek, she cried. The rest of the time, she cursed like a sailor. But no matter, she’s always up for a trip!

Two years after an earthquake shook the very landscape of the province, Bohol is back on its feet—just as beautiful, and stronger than ever.
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Amazing Grace

Two years after an earthquake shook the very landscape of the province, Bohol is back on its feet—just as beautiful, and stronger than ever.

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Amazing Grace

Two years after an earthquake shook the very landscape of the province, Bohol is back on its feet—just as beautiful, and stronger than ever.

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