My dad and I took the 10am flight causing us to arrive 6 hours earlier than my co-delegates from Marbel for the Congress. The 7th National OP-Siena Congress was held last November 20-22, 2012 at Siena College of Quezon City wherein 23 Siena schools participated from all over the country for the annual event.
We invited Tita Doc Daday and Kim (idk how she’s related with Tita Doc) for Chinese lunch at Pasay. Since we were just along the bay, we had a quick stroll after eating.
The place gave us warm San Diego vibe!
It wasn’t so hard asking Tita Doc to do the peace sign. She’s so hip! lol
Mehehe I have pearly white teeth right here
We went to the Noel bazaar right after at the World Trade Center and shopped for some things. Never thought it was just like Greenhills Tiangge-tiangge in there but still, I couldn’t resist buying some stuffs! Haha They had really amazing Christmas ornaments by the entrance plus they were playing Christmas songs inviting people for an early Christmas shopping.
There were also food stalls. And guess who we saw selling lechon…Paul Jake from PBB! haha
That’s Kim beside him.
Okk so lezz move on.
It was past 4 when we drove Tita Doc home.
Sunset (y’know how unprofessional I am)
Since her house is near the airport, after we dropped her, an airplane was landing. Dad was pretty sure it was the flight were my other schoolmates are. I suggested maybe we could go there and try to see if it was really them. Thanks to that military guy who was driving for us. Through him, we were able to park by the VIP area and had access to enter the airport. We were waiting for like 10 minutes before my mates went out from the majestic arrival station.
I decided to go along with them leaving my dad and the military guy.
Here are some photos taken at the buzzz
Siena QC! First impression, a bit creepy. Walls no paint, most lights off plus the night sky all gave us the scaredy feeling. We were one of the first schools who arrived for a week-long stay there (of course, because we are among the schools located at Mindanao) and we can’t just rush.
We were expecting dinner at MOA or any other restaurants but it was kinda depressing that we had to eat Jollibee located across the street. Come think about this, the restaurant or fast food can be McDo or KFC or whatever, but why Jollibee?! It was like c’mon, we eat it everyday in Marbel. No matter how hard we react, we had no choice but to eat Jollibee for the rest of our dinner in Manila. Eeeeek
Vainity inside our quarter. I swear there are gabazillion photos of my friends’ faces in my camera roll.