“Go get a passport.” That’s what my Ate (elder sister) told me on the day of Sinulog while I was on my way to a party. “What? Why? How? Wha- “I was stuttering and lost for words not because I didn’t know what’s going to happen but because I do know what it is about – the bitch, I call a sister, bought me a ticket going to Hong Kong and I is happy and thankful. It would be my first time to be out of the country and I got overly excited but I didn’t let it show.
A step into this new barbershop concept brought me a few years into my future (if all else goes as planned, hehe) – but it’s neither because of the ambiance nor the elements found inside. It’s mostly not the tangible that puts my interests to rouse. What provoked the difference was the feeling that I had – the feeling of refinement and sophistication, almost into grasping that finesse of being a gentleman (if there’s such thing).
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I jested to my father about going back home for a long weekend since my school is having its intramurals week. It was just a normal Messenger chat and then he asked about how much the ticket is. I responded. Then he said, “Okay.” Continue reading
I have never felt like a tourist in my own country until I sat foot on this island.
I was welcomed with the utmost warmth of emotions and climate.
I was treated generously. Too generous.
I thought that we, Filipinos, lost it.
I looked deep into the abyss of the ocean and compared it with the shallow lagoon.
What do these two things have in common?