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I really haven’t blogged in a very long time. I miss writing so much but I don’t know whether I can blog regularly again. 😦
Anyway, I’m here at Solano, Nueva Vizcaya for a provincial compressed training for a soon to open branch of Generika. 🙂
More backgrounder in later posts na lang. 😀
Lecture on Pharmacology the whole day. 🙂 Whew! It was a really tiring day… And it was sooo hot. Buti na lang the events all made up for it. 🙂 Had crispy bangus with egg, rice, and coffee at Jollibee. Di na ako binigyan ng The Philippine Star even when I asked for a copy. It’s either coffee or that. Ganon?! 😦
Anyway, nung lunch naman, I had jumbo crispy chicken with beef and mushroom baked rice melt plus onion rings. 😀 Super kabusog! Ang dami ng inoorder nila for me. Haha! Super thanks to them, parati akong busog. 🙂
And then, sabi ko di na ako magmerienda. But they all served camote strips for all of us. Hmmm… Couldn’t resist. Pero half lang nun ang nakain ko. 🙂
After lecture, since it’s a Saturday, nilibot ako ni Ms. Bunny, RPh of Solano Nueva Vizcaya branch. We went to the Capitol in Bayombong, the city of Nueva Vizcaya. It’s like a Luneta-slash-Burnham Park. It’s so clean and nice everywhere. Plus, I actually breathe fresh air because they’re totally a smoke-free zone. I wish we could be like this all over the Philippines. The smokers don’t realize that when they’re smoking, they’re endangering all our lives. 😦 On another note, we rode the kalesa. Only P5 for a 2-minute ride around the block. Pwede na!
Anyway, I’m relaxed here. Although, of course, I do miss my family and Rhalph. It’s still nice to get away for some quiet alone time–no hustle bustle of Manila though even for a few days. 🙂 No pollution and no noise, I love it! And yung training kasi sa house din mismo so I don’t get really stressed. 🙂
After the visit to the Capitol, we went to Bacolod Grill for dinner. It is said that Mr. Eliezer, the franchisee, always eats there and also some prominent government officials in N. Vizcaya. I ordered back ribs for P95, excluding rice. Grabe, super sarap! It took me a long time to finish my food. Ang bibilis nila kumain dito, I swear! ^__^
Went home after that. I’m super busog. 🙂 Tomorrow, we’ll go to church and they’ll give me a tour daw. Yey!