First Month: Life After Singapore

Life After Singapore

Wew! Time flies so fast, I can’t believe it’s been a month since we left Singapore.

How’s life after Singapore?

To be honest, it hasn’t really sink in that I’m finally back home and were not going back to Singapore. I still feel that we are on our month long vacation.

Any complains, regrets after Singapore?

Complain? Uhhh yeah, got some 😉 Let’s talk about the obvious;

1. Internet connection is really damn slow! Can’t blame me though, I lived in Singapore for almost 9 years, so I’m pretty used on how fast the internet connection they have.

2. It’s summer in PH, so its really hot!

3. Traffic! 😦 Even early in the morning, traffic is already building up. I can’t help but get frustrated sometimes.

Regrets? Nope. Nothing at all.

On my first 2 weeks here, I was able to visit some of the places I’m really familiar with. I was able to visit the house where I used to stay during college days and I was able to pass by my alma mater. It would have been great if I was able to visit the school, but I was a bit busy, maybe next time? Before I forgot, I also went to visit the parents in-law.

The next 2 weeks was spent in Leyte, the place where I grew up. I was able to spend good quality time with Mother.  The husband and I were able to visit some places in Leyte which I haven’t been too, thanks to my brother for driving us around.

Now were back in the City (Cebu). Lets’ see what’s next for us.

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