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Mulawin Thoughts

One of the highs of having a very looonnnggg vacation is watching soap operas that I only see during commercials on weekends. I always wanted to watch this since like Daimos I like watching characters with Wings... o sya... even Whisper commercials... o sya... because I really like birds.. BIG birds... being half man and half bird really helps... (hihihihihi)

This show really has a heart. At first, you'll get disoriented by the seemingly offlandish costumes but when you get use to them it's such a heartwarming story! It's about love, family and relationships.

Even if I LOVE RICHARD & RAYMOND Gutierrez (I swear there are times that I think Raymond is the one playing Aguiluz), I really like Gabriel (Dennis Trillo). In all of the characters, I am seemingly drawn to him. Maybe because I have been in his place in numerous instances that I dare not count... loving someone... who you cannot have.. ouch!

Now, the story sizzles. Not only do we have juicier twists and turn such as knowing the Vultra is really Arwina's mother, we now know that Gabriel is a RAVENA! Holy kalapati! I can't wait for tomorrow's episode! Go and watch it! I think its better than Krystala (in my humble opinion). "Fly, fly, so high I cannot touch the sky.. thank you, thank you for you are the wind beneath my wings!"

(for those who are not acquainted with the story of Mulawin, here is a brief synopsis from its website)...

The Mulawins (half-bird, half-human) protect both their tribe and the human race from the wrath of the Ravenas, a subversive group of Mulawins who seek revenge against humans.
Aguiluz (Richard Gutierrez), a noble young Mulawin is in love with Alwina (Angel Locsin), a human. The daughter of the Mulawin Bagwis (Zoren Legaspi) and the human Veronica (Ara Mina), Alwina falls in love with Aguiluz, who has always been her guardian and protector since they were young. However, Aguiluz has to face countless battles to save his beloved Alwina as the Ravenas struggle to bring about mankind̢۪s downfall.

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