Mc Mountain Home Apartelle
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... it was fun. We ate some local food which I enjoyed very much.
On Sunday, we took a trike down to the dock, onto a boat and onto horseback riding up the Taal Volcano. It was a lot of fun and a beautiful way to spend a sunday.
Loved my get away!
... the place. It is beautiful to
look at. The flowers are very pretty. I like taking pictures of
them...the place. The ambience is soothing especially if you just got out
from a horrible traffic. The weather was sunny but I can still feel the
chill of the wind.
We were all hungry and decided to have lunch there. It was our first time
(except my mom of course) to dine there and I was so glad ...
... up Ate Neneng, I had to say goodbye to my Nanay Joving since I wouldn't be seeing her on my last day. She kept saying how she was sad and how she would miss me. Because of the dementia , its had to tell whether she is REALLY feeling that way and knows whats happening, or if she is just pretending to. Either way, my heart hurts a little at saying good bye to her. Ate Neneng said that after I left, she probably forgot about all of that... her short term ...
... heart when I'm in a church where people are standing... I don't know. To know that each person is there, willing to stand and hear the word of God, receive Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament - it's a beautiful site for me to behold. Mass was in Tagalog which made it a bit difficult to get a grasp of, but I had my trust Magnificat to get me through. Having attended mass in Spanish in Chile, and now in Tagalog in the Philippines, I am once again reminded how much ...
... at all surprised when I was jabbered at sternly in Tagalog. Security staff in capital/large city airports aren't usually very nice, I've learned. I said I didn't understand Tagalog, and the security officer rattled off more words at me, very irritatedly, as if I was being obstinate and refusing to be "their" language. I truly was on the verge of suggesting respectfully to her that, if you speak Tagalog to someone in an airport and said person tells you in English ...