Skip to main content

Used To Be



Those streets in Adamah district near "Seiko". Those streets where every morning we walked for about 15 minutes for our daily bus ride to work. Those streets where I first think every morning of what to do for the day. Those street and I will seldom walk on them now. I have transferred to a nearer place to the bus pick-up point to save time and energy and the very real reason is that I was left in the house since the 3 housemates I have go to the Philippines for good. Grover is staying in our country to start a new career and business. Ryan on the other hand has his luck in Japan. And Ayie got his job in Batangas again in Siemens. And I am the one being left here that still continuing to struggle despite the loneliness and the eagerness to go home also. But I guess I will spend more of my time here.


Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Buffet Lunch

The newest eat-all-you-can in Batangas City!! at Ginazel Hotel and Restaurant just besides Ponte Fino Hotel..Php 399/per person..and it opened only this month of September..eat all your stomach full with this treat!












Food Central

- A Squid Friday - name it..canned squid in brine..tuyong pusit..squid balls..fresh squid na lang ang kulang hahaha!! and that is reserved when I come home in the Philippines..


- fish crackers and chicharon! with vinegar..minus the baboy ingredients of course!



- pansit and burgers at the Rashid Mall - some of those "eating moments" after a tired window shopping hahaha!


the photo above is called "dosa" if I am not mistaken - a typical Indian food snack..and the photos below are the "warah" some sort of indian donut with such sauce of course..tasting some new dishes here in Dammam is one of our little project to fully enjoy our stay here in KSA..next time we will try those other menu from India and Pakistan..hope we do not have stomachache afterwards.. hehehe..



Fishing - It's More Fun In Dammam!

QIPP Pinoy Team did it again! last Thursday night and we had so much fun in Dammam Cornich catching fish and actually grilling it..then had some picnic with rice and vegetables - all Pinoy style food in the land of the king and oil!..

And I think this is our life in the face of unknown fears and distant family - creating friendships and lasting memories that once we are having fun in this country that is often mistakenly as boring and no fun will be generated..well we are wrong and thanks God for that!