Arriving in Cabanatuan gave me the chills. Having visited Nueva Ecija countless times before, it’s like stepping onto an all-too-familiar place that you’ve never seen for a long time.
I found it difficult to write this post. Not for lack of things to say but more because I don’t know where to start. It has been overwhelmingly fun and enriching – the kind that made me cry early this morning. I was engulfed with gratefulness and fond memories, and the realization that I am indeed blessed to be gifted with the opportunity to meet and spend time with loving and generous people. Life is short and I choose to make every moment count.
I long knew that Microtel Philippines exists. In Baguio, they are located just beside the terminal of Victory Liner, where I usually ride whenever I want to visit the place. But, in my mind, checking in there would be expensive and way above my budget for accommodations because of how strategic it is located. I never checked. But, over the weekend, I got the opportunity to visit Microtel by Wyndham – UP Technohub (thanks to Mai of Budgetbiyahera.com and Sir Dandi of Microtel) and, boy, was I in for a sweet surprise.