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A lot of changes are coming to this blog. As of now, I'm doing some tests on the new template, new widgets and other things to this blog. I hope to roll out all of these improvements before the middle of the year comes. But while we're waiting for those big transformations, let me give you one of the new segments of this blog, which I name as the “End of the Month Roundup”.
End of the Month Roundup gives the summary of my adventures for the month. I might include other things here that may foster (I hope) discussion among the visitors of this blog. We can call this post as a sort of end-month party. ;-)
So, without further ado, let us start the end of the month round up for January.
January is the month of beginnings and what better way to start up the year than to honor the woman whom I consider the Mother of God, the most blessed Virgin Mary? I started the year by going to a Holy Mass in the Mother of God Church in Rangsit. I was given the chance to see my Thai brothers and sisters in the Faith honor Mary during the procession.
Next stop is old train station in Bangkok, which is popularly known as the Hua Lamphong Train Station. I consider this train station odd because its architecture is European. Many tourists flock to this station to board trains going to tourist spots located outside of Bangkok.
My visit to Hua Lamphong Train Station strengthened my desire for the Philippines to have a good train system.
Finally, I talked about my visit to Dreamworld. I served as the guardian for a child being cared for by a foundation. It is one of my happy days here in Thailand. I enjoyed playing with the kids and acting like a kid.
Of course, I talked about food. I posted about omelette with mussels and bean sprouts from Tops Market. I also talked about the not-so-good namtok from McDonalds. Compared for all the foods that I posted last month, the best one would be the chocolate ice cream from Swensen's.
Meanwhile in the real world, I got another chance to meet Foong last month when he visited Bangkok for the nth time. I was glad to see him and he still looked the same, and no he DOES NOT look like a panda. I will not tell you the places that we'd been so you better watch out for those in the coming blog posts.
I also got the chance to return to the Philippines last month. I had a lot of adventures in my country, which I will talk about in the future posts.
Before I wrap up this post, let me leave a poll for you Dear Reader. Of the four images that I posted here, what do you think is the best photo?
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You may also leave a comment and tell me why you chose that photo as the best.