I haven't write anything lately. No, it's not intentional. I just don't have anything to write or do i feel like writing about... anything. I've been very busy too with work that deadlines came into rush in just a snap.
In a week or so, a new member of the family will arrive.
"Ang sarap sumuntok!"
Because I didn't go around and explore (intentionally) the place yesterday, and just choose to have an afternoon bonding with my room's bed and sleep all day, i thought about going around the whole day today.
It is probably the best-known “earthquake Baroque” church in the Philippines. Large coral stones were used for the lower level while bricks were used for the upper levels of the church. The bell tower near the church, dating from 1793, served as an observation point of the “Katipuneros” during the Philippine Revolution in 1896 and again by the guerrillas during the Japanese occupation.
Blogging straight here from Laoag. Arrived earlier around 11am and went straight to my training. Afterall, it is the main purpose why i'm here. The station dealer fetched me at the airport because according to them, public transpo is expensive especially if the people around knew that you are a tourist.
Amidst my busy Friday schedule, I got a lunch invitation by one of our colleagues. Since there's a little "free" time before my scheduled meeting, I joined the invitation. We had lunch at Cafe Junita, somewhere along United St., Kapitolyo, Pasig. It was my first time to eat there and I was really amazed with the place. Outside, it may seems so ordinary that you wouln't expect that it looks so wonderful inside.
Since the restaurant is very small, you need to reserve a table (which we did, thank's to Cheng who made the abrupt reservation) way in advance as it is pretty crowded during dinners (and you should REALLY specify how many guests are you taking along with you). The food are distinctly Filipino but with a variety of Southeast Asian flavors.
All in all, ambience is what Cafe Juanita sell, and being its out of the way of the usual restaurant belts adds more to the adventure.
My first time to try this course. Well, it was really my first time to eat at Fish & Co. BLF and I had it earlier at Shangri-la, our "pahabol" dinner before I leave for Laoag this weekend. We wouldn't be able to spent time after today til I get back to Manila on Sunday night kaya we took the time to have our last-minute besty bonding.
... and now i can say "I AM READY TO TALK TO YOU AGAIN"
After quite sometime (2 weeks or more i guess), we saw each other again. I have no choice though at that time. It was really a moment where I know it is a 100% possibility of seeing you. And it did. I thought I would feel strange. I thought I would feel awkward. And I even pepared myself a bit.
2 weeks passed and things are now getting easier. It was really really hard and painful during the first few days but today, im finding myself starting to wear that smile again and carrying the feeling of being loved and appreciated. It's so wonderful.
from a two consecutive days of streamering for motolite. We've covered Caloocan, Novaliches, and Valenzuela area. All in all we completed 56 houses...
at Guilly's Island, San Juan.
natapos din ang 3-day MCC HRP Activity.
right after our day 2 of Metro's HRP at Dasma, I went straight to glorietta for a dinner with my cousins (dad's side). It has been so long since we were complete like this. Catching up, having fun, missing each other.
Just got home from our day 1 of the 3-day Metrobank HRP Activity at De La Salle Medical Center. I tagged Joel with me and it was our teamwork for the next few days.
to have him back again...