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... a place for flowers that has different colors. But my dad called us saying that we have to go to the hospital so we went to the hospital quickly and the doctor told us that we should talk to her because we only have a little chance for her to survive. When i got in, i couldn't help but cry when I saw her. Her nails is turning into black, she has different kinds of tubes that is inserted in her body and her breathing is ...
... I thought it was karma for the free ride i got earlier, however it just wasn't. I got in a jeepney heading up the hill and waited for it to fill a bit more. After about 15 minutes of these guys chatting to me about England they said instead of paying the usual P35/40 the four of us travelling that way have to pay P150 each because there's not enough people. So i'm like no, i'll just wait. Then a woman also waiting gives the man the P300 for two people. And me, knowing this would ...
... and so we made our way to Alabang Town Center, a local shopping mall, to grab a bit to eat at an Italian restaurant called "Cibo." There was lots of good eats here too - mostly pizzas and pastas but I giggled when I saw some rice on the menu as well - I mean, you can't expect Filipinos to come to your restaurant if you don't add RICE to the menu! We enjoyed a squash soup, pizza with prosciutto and arugala, and some pasta with a white sauce and ...
... br> I arrived to a gated community and the taxi weaved through an eerily quiet neighbourhood...winding streets, dilapidated buildings with rotting signs communicating the wards and over grown gardens. The taxi dropped me at Joy Joy’s ward, 2 rooms with a walk way between. As I hopped out of the cab and began the walk, I noticed there was no glass in the windows, just bars...I could see orange bodies moving around and hear young girls voices. As I ...