Lapu-Lapu City councilor Queenie Amman with super-colleague Mike Ybanez,
and the pageant's marketing officer Jon Enriquez
"Heroes" do not only show off brawn and beauty, but also, most importantly their HEART.
These kids from Olango had their respective kuyas in the candidates to teach them a "talent" to show later that afternoon. Gifts were also given to every kid there was.
At Olango Island, Mr. Lapu-Lapu 2011's first of many challenges, the ENDURANCE challenge, took place. The candidates were made to wake up at 6a.m. and have their BREAKFAST made from scratch.
They were sent off to the rocky road's of the first barangays behind the beach resort, so they could source ration for themselves and for the group.
I expected seafood was to be served for lunchtime since I've already heard of the buzzplaces of fish restaurants there. The natural-non-fish eater in me panicked 'til I knew SHRIMP was to be served. Thank God (really) that I can and like to eat shrimp or gambas.