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Dakota Dako

It was one afternoon before Christmas events would happen, when me, Tet Diaz, Mike Ong and Iver Aldas trekked our way somewhere in the deep slums of Silay City, Negros Occidental. They said that the sunset in that place is awesome but sadly, I had few shots left in my camera so what I did, I took some shots over the community and people there. They were --- sad to say --- homeless. They live in little houses enough for them to keep warm during the cold night.

It was one afternoon before Christmas events would happen, when me, Tet Diaz, Mike Ong and Iver Aldas trekked our way somewhere in the deep slums of Silay City, Negros Occidental. They said that the sunset in that place is awesome but sadly, I had few shots left in my camera so what I did, I took some shots over the community and people there. They were - sad to say - homeless. They live in little houses enough for them to keep warm during the cold night.

Anyway, for some excuses, Dakota Dako is a small place. Not really much of a fuss, but watching the sunset over there reminds me of a beautiful place. It’s a beach, and the great thing about there, kids love to have their pictures taken.

Snapping happily with my friends, Dakota Dako truly reminds us of enjoying with our family every Christmas Season. Truly the place is quite a bit sad, but the people there are happy to their heart’s content.

Or in English, Big Dakota.

written by ethermoon

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