“Ang tigas talaga ng ulo mo!”
I’ve heard that statement a lot of times. From my family, friends and those sincerely care about me. I may look like a pa-demure woman because of how I dress up or how I blog, but there is this side of me wherein I fight for what I believe in even if everything is doubtful about it. I am a bit of a rebel, but in a good way.
I am back here in Bangkok. It is my 11th day outside the Philippines and I am now exploring the city on my own. I am bound to go on a long trip somewhere in Thailand later and I am not even sure why I am so determined even if I only have enough money here. As in sakto lang for meals and minimal expenses.
I want to explore some parts of Thailand while I still can but I also do miss the company of my friends who are now in Siem Reap. It’s just that I feel the need to move and start doing things on my own.
Ika-labing dalawa na naman ng Hunyo. Paniguradong maglilipana na naman sa daan, dyaryo, tv at internet ang larawan ng pinakamamahal nating bandila. Buong-pagmamalaking iwinawagayway ng ilan sa ating mga kababayan ang simbolo ng demokrasya ng ating bansa.
Carlo makes his own Philippine Flag
Naalala ko noon na paborito ng kapatid kong si Carlo na mangolekta ng Philippine Flag. Sinubukan ko nga siyang bilhan noon ng iba’t ibang klase ng bandila, pero ayaw niya. Interesado lamang siya sa Philippine Flag. ‘Tila makabayan talagang maituturing ang mahal kong kapatid. S’yempre, ito ay aking ikinagagalak. Ibig sabihin ay marunong siyang magpahalaga sa kanyang bayang pinagmulan.
I am here right now at the internet station of Lavender Lodge at 12:33AM. I didn’t bring my laptop with me this time that’s why I am happy that they’re letting their guests to use the computers for free. 🙂
While I fixed some of my things earlier, I realized that I have a number of trips to look forward to. It’s quite funny since I made a promise to myself last April that I will try not to book more flights since I need to save up for my trip to somewhere close to my family. But I think I am really destined to travel a lot this year so there 😛
On our way to Mt. Kinabalu Photo By Winston
I am here right now in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia with Winston and Xef. It’s our third and last night here and I really had a blast. I can say though that I still prefer the island hopping tours in Palawan and Boracay. The whole feel of Kota Kinabalu reminds me much of Puerto Princesa. The people here are nice too. I noticed that there’s a lot of westerners here and it’s nice to actually see them roam around and explore.