Let me tell you my experience on my trip going to the place so called Lipa city Batangas. It took us 2 hours from Manila going to Batangas. The place is known for fresh Coffee and delicious Suman. They have one of the oldest churches and a villa place for the Spanish peripd. What I could say is that the place very modern compared to other provinces that I have been through. The place is clean and very neat.
As a girl fashion is treading to us and I love fashion and food. When I went to Hong Kong o tired many clothes, makeup , food that’s new I really found the make up there good and the dress so when I went to a party in HongKong there were many theme color of party. I really love parties with colors, light , music , dance and it’s all new fashion in this generation. Since the theme was waves everyone had to wear something blue so I wore a light blue dress because light colors attract me more and shiny gowns and high heels is my fashion. Everything new has something to show :).
December 20, 2013: I wake up finding out that I am going to visit my father in the United States of America to surprise him on his birthday which is on the 24th. I was so excited to the extent that I had forgotten that I had to go to school to submit some of my requirements before leaving for the airport. When I got to the airplane, there was a man sitting next to me who had his one year old kid on his lap. She would not stop crying. It was a 13 hour flight so I requested for a change of seat. I did not get it…thanks to my bad luck. I finally landed. The beautiful sunset, the breezy wind, and the perfectly shaped clouds made everything as perfect as I could imagine it to be. My family and I wanted to surprise my dad in his apartment but found out that he was not there yet. He wasn’t back from work . After an hour of waiting, he finally arrived. He was in a total shock to see us in his apartment. He then brought us out for a nice dinner, and showed us around the city. After celebrating both his birthday and new year with him, it was time for us to leave the USA. We headed back to the Philippines and just could not stop talking about all the good times we had there with our dad. Time with family should always be prioritized. Our family is the biggest treasure given to us by the Almighty. We should always learn to value each one of them. Each member teaches us different lessons that eventually become stepping stones as we grow up and face life. No one will love us and care about us as much as our family. In times of trouble they will watch our backs and in times of need they will always be on our side. Our family will smile when we smile and cry when we cry. They are our source of encouragement and positivity, our fort and our guide.
Hello everyone! I am here to talk about the thats was so called “The land of the rising sun” Japan. I have so much to share and tell stories to you in my experience in Japan. In my first visit in Japan I notice that the Japanese people are very polite and busy. The things I can describe them is that they are very modern, very updated, they work to fast and very convenient.
As we all know, the Presidential elections are just five months away, and the candidates are doing their best in order to win the majority of the country’s favor. Recently, they have been given a Social Weathers Stations Pre-election survey. The survey shows a prediction on who may win the election, and here are the results.
The top 4 candidates are Vice President Jejomar Binay, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, Senator Grace Poe, and Mar Roxas. President Benigno Aquino’s successor, Roxas, ranked fourth in the survey gathering 15%. Grace Poe tied with Jejomar Binay at second place hoping that more people will support her even though she’s supposedly disqualified. Duterte is in first place in the survey gathering 38% of the population. So as you can see, based on the results, Duterte is most likely to win the election, but you never know. There are still five months left until the real election begins, and there” still enough time to gather more votes.
“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.”
After all those connecting flights and check-in counters, I finally landed in New York City. It was 6:00 in the evening, the winds were howling, the fragrance of scrumptious pizza and hotdogs were in the air, and I was exhausted. I got on a cab and I finally reached my destination. THE MARRIOTT HOTEL (lexington avenue). It’s magical entrance got me so much more excited than I expected. I ran into my room after the check-in, and I fell right on my bed. Jet-lagged, tired, and hungry, I called for room service. Being a five star hotel, they had the best food ever. But I thought to myself, “why am I calling room service when I can go out of the hotel, explore, and eat the best that NYC has to offer. I took my coat and left the hotel looking like a lost girl since it was my first time there. The seven year old me just stared at the gigantic buildings and all the different people in that city. It felt like it was a dream come true because all I dreamt of when I was younger, was to see the world. That was the beginning of my journey until……..I realized….. “I WAS LOST “