Public transportation is one of the important services in any country. Transportation not only brings a human being to their destination; deeper than that, transporation helps people achieve their goals or dreams, it brings people closer to opportunities and loved ones. It also makes people discover new things especially places. Without public transporation, both citizens and tourists will find it hard to move from one place to another.
Unlike Singapore which has an amazing public transporation system, Philippines has a terrible one. Commuters find it hard to take any public transporation. You can clearly see what I'm talking about during rush hour. The trains and buses are always packed. The traffic makes it a lot worst.
During special occasions especially during long weekend holidays, most of the bus terminals are packed! And the most annoying thing you could experience in a bus terminal is being in a long queu for hours and will later on find out, all bus tickets are sold. Yup, you stood there for nothing. You will be rescheduled for the next day or the next trip.
It's my second time attending Blogapalooza. This year, it was held in Prosperity Hall, Elements, Eton Centris. If last year, I stated the brands that caught my attention, this time I will be stating the not-so-obvious things I did not like about Blogapalooza. Be an open-mind, okay? Hehe. Warning: I have a bad humor so please don't take this post too seriously.
Until relatively recently students and all the teenagers were obsessed with the digital devices and social networks while they had at least some free time. Texting was the only way to rest and have fun. Right now the trend has changed and more and more adolescents are turning to reading books not only from the 21 st century but also the classic splendors of America, British, and other authors. Books as “The great Gatsby”, “Norwegian wood”, “The perks of being a wallflower”, “Crime and punishment”, “A farewell to arms”, “To kill a Mockingbird”, “Uncle Tom's cabin”, “The art of happiness” etc. Some girls may have an interest in the light-weight books about the everyday life of women from diverse walks of life. To such individuals, we may offer such literature as “The devil wears Prada”, “Everyone worth knowing”, “The gone girl” and even more. Each of the books will reverberate in the hearts of young readers. Sometimes you will see yourself in the heroes' characters and the situations they find themselves in. At times, reading will help you to surmount your inner fears or obstacles in your life by reevaluating events and looking at the situation from another perspective. Books can also enrich the vocabulary and become a way to help with writing an essay in the future. Perhaps your literary talents were hidden?