It was one heck of a surprise. A free trip to a country that's
About a couple of months back, the hubby was asked by his boss to meet their client in California. Surprisingly he offered me to tag along. Since we ain't spending a penny for this trip, I said yes without further questions. But that meant canceling our China visit (we didn't have enough time to apply for a visa because my passport was held by the U.S. embassy for a week), which I still am sappy-angry about.
So why aren't we that giddy to go to the Land of Milk and Honey? Well, the hubby's been there. Worked there for fifteen months actually. As for me, let's just say I (make that we Filipinos) feel very much familiar with their culture because of our highly Americanized education, Hollywood movies, TV shows, American
I love exploring unfamiliar territories and being culture shocked. I assume it ain't gonna happen in the U.S. But hey, that's just an assumption (an ignorant one I must say) and what I am excited about is to prove myself wrong about this.
Then probably I'd be annoyed we're staying for ten days only. Now Googling national parks.
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