48 hours awake times 2

From the time I visited Davao del Sur (One of the Provinces of Davao City) to see my uncle’s wake I am 48 hours awake. I went to NAIA (Terminal 2 – Centennial) at exactly 11:00 PM, December 21, 2006 where I stayed and waited for my flight to Davao. I just strolled around the airport, took some unusual pictures while waiting for the check-in counter to open at 2:30 AM, 22nd of December, 2006. After a few hours of waiting, the check-in counter opens and began to accept passengers who were tirelessly waiting for the said booth to open.
I went on board PAL Flight PR816 at 4:00AM, and the plane took off at 5:00AM. I arrived in Davao City at 6:45AM. 8:15AM at the Davao City Bus Terminal, I travelled for 1 hour and 30 minutes, the finally set my foot on Digos City, where I transferred to a bus, heading to Sta. Maria Davao del Sur. I arrived in my hometown at 11:30AM. I took my lunch, and went to the sala with my cousins to talk about something that is not quite interesting to you, but very much interesting to us. Hehe… I was awake througout the day, til dawn, and went asleep at 6:00AM, December 23, 2006. Whew!

Then, before going home (26th of December 2006). I played Scwable with my cousins (A new version of Scrabble, under beta testing, and we are the beta testers, nyahaha). From 6:00PM of December 25 to 4:30 AM of the day after. At 4:30AM, I went to my room, and began packing up my clothes, and other to-bring things to Manila. I went to the Sta. Maria terminal at 5:00AM, then took the first bus trip to Digos City. Then, took another bus at Digos, and finally, arrived on Davao City at 8:30AM. I went to our boarding house, in the place called Obrero (Davao City) and took a 5 minute nap, visited to USeP (University of Southeastern Philippines – my college alma matter) to take some pictures, had a breakfast at McDonald’s Bajada, withdrawed some amount from BDO ATM Machine, Land Co. Tower, went shopping at Aldevinco (the premier shopping place of “pasalubong” in Davao City), took my lunch at Victoria Plaza with some of my college friends, then went to the airport at 1:30 PM to check-in, waited for my flight to Manila (3:35PM, Flight PR816), and took the flight after waiting (of course). I arrived at 5:05PM (GMT+8) on NAIA Terminal 2 – Centennial. Went to my boarding house (sa may herrera street, sta. cruz, manila) to leave my things then to SM San Lazaro with Elve, had a dinner with her at Kenny Roger’s, watched MP5 (Mano Po 5 – Last Full Show). Tapos (pagod na ako mag english, whew) Pumunta sa Sykes, Gil Puyat, Makati, para ihatid si sweetypie ko. Then went home again (the said boarding house) at 2:00 AM in the morning and fell asleep!! Whatta Day! Ang Saya 🙂

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