I've never tried eating a rice meal on a moving vehicle before. How could I eat less when traveling mile after mile? It was a quick decision to spend our weekend in Pangasinan. We left home late because of the disservice of our "summer van", we had to condition it first - whatta good timing! I was counting how many stop overs we had then back and forth. Here's the heart-attacking, eye-popping thing, we were bug-eyed unexpectedly with the toll fee, oh no, I think this is only intended for rich travelers. It sounds like only rich travelers have the privilege to travel nowadays. Every motorist, public or private must pay the entrance and exit fee in a highly-quoted amount. That's why many bus companies raised their objection not so long ago to the unjust transportation system, wherein fact, the fund is collected not by DPWH but PNCC, a private company in behalf of DPWH.
Terribly, it had been an energy-draining, dusty, cranky nevertheless a blessed adventure! I really thank the Lord for keeping us safe and sound all throughout the weekend. Our Urdaneta visit was so short that we, I think, just stepped inside, glanced, said hello and dashed on our way home, that's it! Why? Because the delays and long travel ate a lot of our time. After enjoying ourselves with their videoke, I think it was past 10 in the evening, we now left for our main base, Buenlag. Early at 7 of Sunday, we went ahead to the seashore (Lingayen Golf). We took a plunge unto the free waters! No entrance fee - you can get there by foot because it's just few steps away from our house. Then, we packed our bags and went back to Manila.
Untiringly tiring. However, when we got back home, I still had the appetite to watch DVD, The Devil Wears Prada.