We had an early start yesterday morning. The long early morning drive was a bit boring, save for some music playing. I would have wanted to sleep but I’m not comfortable sleeping when in transit, except when I am extremely tired.
We also listened to the early morning news chatter and truthfully, I’m glad we weren’t stuck in traffic like other commuters. We just switched to music when the topics discussed were not that relevant to us. Some of the topics we listened to that were discussed were the return of a senator after months (or was it more than a year) of not appearing because he has a case, Japan tsunami effects, hgh releasers and summer fun activities for the kids.
Going home was a lonely ride too, because the night was extra dark and the drizzles didn’t help perk up the mood. I was sleeping on and off on our way home and was glad when we arrived safely.
Was it worth the long hours on the road? Of course! I got to spend a few hours with my parents and children vacationing with them. Our youngest child was left behind though.
Simula pa lang ng paggawa ng malaking kalye malapit sa amin.
Noong Lunes ay isinarado na ang daan na dinadaanan namin kaya iikot na kami sa matrapik na palengke. Pero sige lang, pagkatapos naman nito (kung matatapos agad) ay magiging mas maaliwalas ang aming pag-uwi. Wala naman sana problema kung hindi nagsasara ng gate yung katabing subdibisyon mula 10am – 5pm at 10pm – 6am para hindi na kaya naipilitan kami umiikot ng malayo. Hmph.
Importante ang daan na ito kasi mismo si PGMA (S)cares ay dumalo sa groundbreaking ceremonies noong nakaraang buwan (kung tama ang pagkakatanda ko).
Pasensiya na po, malabo, umaandar kasi kami at may tint pa ang salamin.
Anyway… (pakibasa po hanggang bago magdulo, nandun ang climax)
Ang major road na ito ay mag-uugnay ng Mindanao Avenue sa NLEX or North Luzon Expressway. Heto ang isa pang link tungkol sa project.
Alam nyo ba kung magkano ang 2.8 kilometer na daang ito? 1.5 billion pesos lang naman.
Kung ito ay idi-divide sa 2.8 kilometers, pumapatak na 535 million++ pesoses for less than a kilometer ang presyo ng daan na yan. Sosyal di ba?
Twing! Twing! (Tunog ng cash register yan, lol!)
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