Oh God, I'm really submerged into homesickness especially now that I am aware how Tacloban City has continuously grown and matured into one safe lifestyle, economic and political haven for Taclobanons and tourists.
I would really want to visit Tacloban City this month. Sadly, I can't since I have to finish all the requirements of my full 20-unit academic load. I am also not capable of coming to the city since it's costly in terms of time and transportation expense. But, I really have to give myself some sort of a break. Can someone take me out of the Metro?
The significant interest in this city makes me wonder how people have gone through the days of realizable change. Development exists big time. Somehow, it seems weird that I'm situated within metropolitan Manila but I have not been able to visit any shopping center outside my school's vicinity. It seems that I have been already used to imprisoning myself within the bars of scholarly development. I'm not telling anyone I'm going insane here, lol.
Studying afar yet enjoying a morally independent state-of-mind should have manifested. Nonetheless, the opposite seems to overrule. I don't understand why I can't get myself too much of an escapade. Yeah, I'm enjoying my every stay here in Metro Manila, but admittedly, I'm missing a lot of Tacloban City - the people, the culture, the cuisine, the ambiance, and you. Please let me know if you're there.