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"Palaging Mayo'ng Dahilan Upang Tayo ay Maging Masaya"
"There is always a reason to be happy"
By Romeo Bobby Dela Rosa
(Filmed on Day 77 of the Milman adventure, Plaridel. 13.11.14)
The drive back to Plaridel took about two and a half hours as we had to go through Manila. There is no out ring road like the M25 so getting stuck in a jam is inevitable. Being stuck in a jam is not so bad for me though. I can see everything that is going on around. People wandering down the lanes of traffic selling sweets, pastries, cigs and cold drinks. Lorries parked up because they are not allowed on the streets from 1700. Construction sites and ...
... the locals and travel as most of them did.
Pulilan market was manic, but SOOO cheap. Loads of clothes, jewellery, animals (including dyed pink, blue, yellow and red chicks) and lots of food. David obliged when Uncle Bobby asked if anyone wanted to hold a bird!? The market was like the typical scene from TV, busy, with lots of unusual stock. The trip was made extra special due to our continual acting roles. It was ridiculous. I cannot wait to see the music ...
... road to the rear of the school. But the route we took went through the school as that was the way that Ravi knew. We didn't make it through! The children were practising for their Scout investiture so Uncle Bobby proudly showed us that. Then Ramoe who leads the Citizenship Advancement Training (CAT), which is like army cadets, scurried off and quickly arranged for 25 or so students to come and do some marching for us. After 30 minutes of marching Ramone requested rifles so the ...
... so now we had the chance to come and have a look.
We stayed overnight in the nearby city of Angeles. A place we've religiously tried to avoid since the proximity to a former US military base has turned it into prostitution central. (Funny how that works out isn't it? Everywhere the UN or US (of for that matter, countries with a lot of NGO:s,) sends "help" end up with a thriving ...