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February 28, 2007



and what a spread! kainggit ulit! welcome back to blogging!


I've been to Iloilo ages ago and had lunch in a place very much like Joy's. In fact my Ilonggo college barkada's name is Joy :-)

Welcome back Angelo!


hi ces and iska,

thanks for welcoming me back to cyberbia.
but know what? i still can't get over with the wonderful experiences i had in Pinas.Marami pa akong gustong tikman. Na pagkain ha?:) Gusto ko na bumalik.
i guess that is the irony of leaving one's homeland. you do not get to realize how much you love it until you leave it.
absence makes the heart grow fonder, indeed.


What river - the Iloilo river? Sounds interesting - I guess that place wasn't there yet in 2005 when we went home..sigh..
Definitely will get a list from you the nest time we go home!

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