Our Chinese-Australian guests have left. We ended up having siblings Jenny and Jason stay at our house. They’re from Perth – the whole mission team was composed of students from Perth and Adelaide.
It was fun. Jason is currently completing his Computer Science Ph.D, so we had plenty to talk about. We went to Trinoma for a while, to get a snack and play a few video games on Timezone.
My brother and I also made them both sing karaoke with our Magic Sing, since they mentioned that they hadn’t experienced Filipino karaoke yet.
We didn’t get to spend much time with each other, apart from when they were staying at home. But we did try to make their stay as interesting as possible. They were able to try almost all the forms of public transportation, we made them sing karaoke, they had the traditional Filipino breakfast, we gave them model jeepneys, and they tried Krispy Kreme doughnuts (which they apparently don’t have in Perth). Well, I hope we succeeded in making their trip as memorable as possible.
They left three days ago, I’ve been able to talk to Jenny who is in Hong Kong at the moment. Up there is a photo of me and Jenny, which we took at one of the Japanese photo booths at Timezone (we didn’t understand anything, we just kept pressing buttons while smiling at the top camera) the day before their last day in the Philippines.
Ok now time to look at life insurance no medical.