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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Based on my experience, it is very difficult to travel with elders. They are very moody and very impatient when it comes to the time of traveling considering the heavy traffic and the not-so-good road to drive.
Elders are also prone to motion sickness and even vomit during a road trip. They also keep on urinating and so, we need to stop by to any restaurants or gasoline stations where a comfort room is available.
traveling with elders (image from isbreading.org)
Another thing which I really found very difficult to bring with you an elder is during a plane trip. Of course, plane crews would recommend to use the well-chair or helpful device for them to use like knee walkers, roll-a-bout or any. However, in my experience, many pretend that they are totally well and able to walk without difficulties on the aisles which is very far different if you personally see them — watch them chasing for the flight.
But anyways, I am missing my grandfather now. I totally missing him! How I wish he’s still here until today.
This holy place, the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebu, is one of the places I ever misses much now. This is where I used to attend holy masses at any time every Sunday.
Basilica Minore del Santo Niño de Cebu
How I ever wish I could come back to Cebu City before the year ends to celebrate a holy mass on this place. And hopefully, I can’t promise but I really hope and pray, I could attend the Sinulog Festival and celebrate it with the Senior Sto. Nino and all Cebuanos.
I have met businessmen who used to travel which is part of their job. And one of their dilemma in doing business travels is their credit accounts or credit allowances allotted by the company especially those travel accounts that are named for a group of people or by department because of the possibilities of fraudulent things to happen.
Business Travel Credit Accounts (image from blog.expertflyer.com)
To avoid these unprofessional and unworthy acts, many companies – business travel companies are inculcating a number of rules and reminders to their employees. For instance, one of the online tips I just recently read which is also connected to this is the ACH fraud. The article shares tips on how avoid fraudulent acts which is also applicable when in a business travels.
I should say that this is really the coolest stuff I’ve ever tried this year — had a drive-thru with Petra at Jollibee Rizal Park, Manila.
Petra and I at Jollibee Rizal Park, Manila, Drive-Thru
At first I was hesitant to take Petra with me at the Jollibee and had a drive-thru before we headed to Intramuros. But since I was really hungry already, I tried to ask the security guard. Good enough he allowed us to take our orders and because Petra and her calash has two (2) wheels. Definitely, can still be considered and allowed to avail for drive-thru services.
Petra and I at Jollibee Rizal Park, Manila, Drive-Thru: Taking my Order
This experience, I should say, it’s more fun in the Philippines!!!
In as early as today, because of the consecutive toxic days we had, I and my close friends are already planning to go out of town for the coming break in school. It is yet so early, but at least, we have something to look forward to and for us to be inspired to do good.
Early Travel Preparations (image source and credits)
So this morning, because of our excitement, since the day we decided to have a trip together, we have talked about specific stuff to carry with us — to include in our baggage. One of which are those small very important things like cotter pin and other very useful kits for us like sewing kits. This is because every time I have a trip or tour for more than two days, I almost always experience missing buttons of my shirts. So having with us those stuff, is such a very helpful thing.
For now, the only early travel preparation that we are doing is to save our pockets. I know that this will be a trip that is beyond my parent’s budget, so should I take the best and ideal move for this travel for us.