I spent one day once more in two different locations last October 22 — here’s how it went

It’s been a long time since I went to Divisoria. The last time I went, this place was really crowded with merchants here and there.

More or less a decade ago, the Divi I know only has Tutuban and is filled with lots of merchants scattered around the area, sometimes to the point that no vehicle can pass through.

I presume that with the addition of shopping centers such as 168, 999, Dragon8, Lucky Chinatown; as well as the implementation of rules in the area, you can see that things went much better around Divisoria. Then again, I’m not really familiar with this place so this is my mere perception — I’d be kicked in the arse if I see my name as a reference online.

I presume that with the addition of shopping centers such as 168, 999, Dragon8, Lucky Chinatown; as well as the implementation of rules in the area, you can see that things went much better around Divisoria. Then again, I’m not really familiar with this place so this is my mere perception — I’d be kicked in the arse if I see my name as a reference online.

Completing the afternoon in Divisoria is the trip to the Tutuban Station of the Philippine National Railways (PNR). I’ve been into a PNR train before during my trip to Alabang, but this is the first time I went to the Tutuban station.

Now that I am with the ones who are hopeful for a better PNR, I hope within the next six years we can be proud of it. This classic shouldn’t stay as a mere classic, y’know.

Now that I am with the ones who are hopeful for a better PNR, I hope within the next six years we can be proud of it. This classic shouldn’t stay as a mere classic, y’know.

Kingblade + Beer. I’ve seen this before, and this was expected in a anison karaoke party.

At night, I joined Team Anizone and friends for their karaoke party at Music Bank Timog. It was supposed to be an anison karaoke, but then we sang songs from the 90’s and so.

(We were so happy that we extended for an hour, mind you.)