I promised myself that I’ll write a blog about my experience last Friday on my way home, so here I am.
We were in Las Piñas since September 1 and stayed for a week. Well, that’s just me and Ayex. My hubby went back here in QC last September 2 because he has lots of work to attend to and cannot afford to commute from LP to QC everyday.
So going back, here are the reasons why I love living and going back to LP.
- I love the neighborhood.
Everything is fine in our “village”. We have lots of very friendly neighbors. The area is good for raising up a child. There are lots of kids. I simply love everything, well, except that the water supply is currently controlled and at times, it has too much chlorine. Heck, what’s the use of purified water?!
- I’m near to my family.
I’m actually ok with all the long commute (since I work in QC) as long as I get to see my family from time to time since I miss them from time to time too. I’m ok even if we don’t really live in my mom’s place as long as it’s near.
- I love the night market!
I say that this is one of the winner reasons why I love going home to LP! Hahahaha! (the deprived me again…)
If you live somewhere in the south of Metro Manila and you know the place called Alabang, you’ll definitely agree on me to this. For me to reach our place (Pilar), I have to pass by Alabang, which I think is the most accessible bargain place to me. It’s a very busy place in the morning and it somewhat transforms to a bargain place that sells almost everything at night (when the cops are all gone! )
Last Friday, I went to Alabang but I was out of budget so I just let my eyes feast. Hahaha! Kidding. But yeah, I went there because Gabby, my sister, asked me to buy her the kikay pouch I bought the other night for myself and Therese. I saw lots of things that I’ve been dying to have but didn’t want to spend a lot on them (the things I see online are beyond my budget.) When I saw them last Friday and asked the price, they’re a lot cheaper than I thought! Again, I didn’t have any money so I wasn’t able to buy anything. This is like the 5th time I told this story. Oh well.
Probably till next time that we go home there.