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It's not natural for me...

... to be away from family and friends and Arvic.

I'm in SG now and I'll be here for 2 weeks for work. And just 2 days in, I can already conclude that this kind of setup is not for me (for now). It feels weird, different, interesting in a way, but sad.

Weekend, please come already. I need to be around friends (from SG) to appreciate this (work)trip.

What's good about this trip is that I get to cross-out one item in my bucket list.. "Travel alone". Yay for me! 2010, you're starting great. :)

I'm out.


Leda said…
aww. isipin mo nalang may mga taong taon-taon kung mahiwalay sa pamilya, so u are actually more blessed (and blessed that u could travel for free kaya. haha)
Calvin said…
welll... at least you've found one of the silver lining of your trip. hehehe. good luck in finding others.
kg said…
wow! nice!

that's also one thing i want to do: travel alone! kelan kaya?
princess_dyanie said…
wow nasa sg ka now for a work trip? ayus yan! mabilis lang naman ang 2 weeks. remember opportunity din yan!

yay, same na tayo! naka cross na ang travel alone sa bucket list! :P apir! :)
witsandnuts said…
That's a little taste of being away. But I know you'd enjoy it. Take care, Cza!
Dennis Villegas said…
Maganda yan minsan e humihiwalay para mas lalo nating ma-miss ang ating mga pamilya at kaibigan. Ingat lang po dyan, balita ko eh maraming foreigners dyan ;)
docgelo said…
homesickness is kicking in!
i can't blame you but just have fun and enjoy sg! will wait for your posts.
Kayni said…
it will pass. enjoy SG while you're there =). wish you well for 2010.
Cza said…
@Leda - yeah, at least ako uuwi. Kaya ko to! ;D
Cza said…
@Calvin - ;D Yesterday I walked along Orchard road with friends and really enjoyed it. Loving it na so far. :)
Cza said…
@kg - sometine soon hopefully? Go go go! ;D
Cza said…
@dyanie - apir! :D:D:D
Cza said…
@witsandnuts - Day 3 now.. I'm actually liking it already. Pero still eager to go home. :D
Cza said…
@Dennis - yeah.. sobrang nakakamiss pala talaga. at least I got a taste of it firsthand na. :)
Cza said…
@docgelo - I shall try to post soon!
bev said…
hey Cza. That's a great opportunity. At least just for a couple of weeks. Tsaka enjoy it while you can - free travel!

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