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Step aside super Ingo, give way to super goma

The setting for our story takes place at the Mapawa nature park

A group of happy campers found the perfect spot to pitch their tents and have fun

It was a full moon that night

And the so called spirits were disturbed by all the racket being made, and so they went out of their hiding places….

To haunt the campers (see the two long haired, white faced ladies in the picture??!! gasp!)

The men were too scared to get out of their tents … afraid of the haunting ladies …ISKIR!
And thus, witch doctor Inang Emiat was called to perform the ritual of cleansing the grounds….
However just as the sun rose, the “nunos sa punso” came out to spoil our campers fun…

But amidst our frightened campers, a hero emerged …

Super Goma!!!
Using the broken Nimbus 2000 he bought from harry potter at ebay …

he fought the transformed-into-an-ogre-dwarf … at first he was almost squashed to death (note, no photo editing here, the guys used optical illusion in taking the picture)

Remembering he still had the Nimbus 2000 he used it to hit and defeat the menacing ogre

And the day was saved. THE END

I know, i know …corny … but hey, just thought of showing how much fun we had during our outing. 😉

About The Author


Stephanie Caragos is the President & CEO of the 19 year running IT Company, Syntactics, Inc. and is the founder of, a program and initiative that envisions in helping young Filipinos hone their skills in IT and increase their chances of getting stable and profitable jobs. She is also the founder of Syntactics PINK (Promoting Innovation Networking and Knowledge) for women to encourage and empower more women in IT and to encourage the younger generation of women take up STEM. She is a speaker and mentor in various Startup, Online Marketing, Web, ICT and ICT businesses related seminars and talks and works tirelessly in finding innovative ways of marketing online for clients. She is also a staunch supporter of Filipino Small and Medium Enterprises as she continues to develop products and services that would benefit SMEs as well as help them increase their success rate in using technology in business. Stephanie is currently the president of the CDO ICT Business Council and works with the members and stakeholders in the city in promoting ICT to support more startups and create more jobs in the city. She also currently serves as a director for the Eisenhower Fellowship Association of the Philippines. She has completed her Eisenhower Fellowship and was awarded as the Douglas Dillon Named Fellow for the year 2016 and recently completed her term as National President for the National ICT Confederation of the Philippines last 2017.

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