To all Filipinos here in Metro Manila or even outside knew what tactics does every taxi drivers did after paying out your fair rate according to their meter. Sometimes, taxi drivers will alibi that they do not have enough change for your money which ends up on giving them much.
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The Overseas Filipino Workers or also known as OFW are the new age heroes for the Philippines. All of the remittances that came from these migrant workers are approximately said to be 11% of the total budget of our country, Philippines. It is one of the main reasons why our country survives to the slight economic downfall.
The Pasig River is a body of water that you can find at the heart of Metro Manila. This river connects the Laguna de Bay into the Manila Bay. It has the approximate length of 25 Kilometers long and also divides Metro Manila into two. Pasig River should gives out life during the days of its beauty but now it has the unpleasant view and smell.
Have you ever been on a place wherein there will be an unexpected event and of course you are not aware of this? The event is something very uplifting and something that will surely makes you smile because it is a happy event. Enjoy watching this video that I found while browsing the internet.
Last June 2008, I posted about the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 entitled “NAIA 3, the New Airport.” I discussed before about the soon to be open airport here in Manila, Philippines. Now I got some pictures for our fellow “kababayans” that are out in the country and also for some Filipinos that are still here. Here are some of the pictures taken inside the airport.
LRT (Light Rail Transit) is the elevated railway system servicing almost thousands of Filipinos everyday. Who among us that happen to live before or up to now in Metro Manila did not have the chance to ride the LRT? The answer I guess is only a few. Today, the LRT that we knew which connects Baclaran, Pasay City and the Bonifacio Monument, Caloocan City will now have an extension.
Early in the morning you ride a jeepney, bus or even tricycle to go to your desired destination. But upon paying the fare, you were shock about the fluctuating fare price. Some are asking much and others are just following the rules.
At long last, the wait will soon be over. The Ninoy Aquino International Airport 3 or NAIA 3 will soon open on the second week of July. As of now they are practicing on what they called a “dry run” in how things would come up when they open for business. Structural problems and others like these are all fixed and ready for the July opening.
Our country is now facing so many problems and it always reflecting badly to our government and with these always includes the president. That is said to be failing her job.
Vacation days are over for the students and classes will start on this month of June. A large number of students will surely take on public vehicles to go to their schools and government wanted to give them a 20% discount in all fares.