Mulatto goes back to Samal Island

March 7, 2013 11:23 pm 

DAVAO CITY, March 7 – The Mulatto Outdoor is going back to the Island Garden City of Samal with another two-day activities billed as “Pagpadayun sa Sinugdanan 2013 (Continuing of the Beginning)” on March 23 and 24.

“This is a traverse trekking from Canibad Sunrise Beach Resort in Barangay Audanao to Mt. Tayapok or Puting Bato and down to Fernandez Beach Resort in Penaplata,” Mulatto spokesman Nelson Canedo said.

Canedo said the registration fees are P500, P400 and P300 with the P500 entry fee inclusive of an event jersey, transportation (one way from Babak motorboat to Canibad Beach), resort fees at Sunrise Canibad and Fernandez Resort, one bottle of beer, ID, certificate, one raffle stub and two meals (dinner and lunch).

“The P400 has no free two meals and raffle while the P300 has no free meals, free jersey, raffle and transportation,” Canedo said.

Registration forms are still available at the Mulatto Shop (in ront of Avons) along C.M. Recto St.

The assembly time on March 23 is 1:00 p.m. at the Lantsa in Babak with the expected time of departure at 2:00 p.m. They will arrive at the Aundanao basketball court then proceed to Sunrise beach resort.

“There will be games before the dinner and program,” Canedo said.

The following morning, they will climb Puting Bato (Mt. Tayapok) at 7:30 a.m. and are expected to reach the island’s highest peak at 9:30 a.m. They will later go to Fernandez beach resort for lunch and the closing program with a live band and party.

Mulatto, owned by sportswoman-businesswoman Daisy Cimafranca, started in the mountaineering and outdoor events before it became a popular figure and a top team in the Frisbee competition in the country.

Mulatto recently won back-to-back titles in Dipolog and Kidapawan cities and will defend its Mayor’s Cup title in the Boracy International Open in Boracay Island on May 8-10.

Canedo and Tuvilla, both two of Mulatto’s mainstays were also members of the Philippine team that played in the World Cup Frisbee held in Japan. (PNA)



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