By Land or By Air?

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Right now, MIL is not here with us. She went to travel by land the other day to visit FIL and might stay there for a month. Hubby said that she needs to renew her resident visa as well. Aside from that, it’s their wedding anniversary yesterday. So I’m sure they spent a romantic night for that occasion.

Travelling by land was not at all an issue with my IL’s since they’ve been doing this for so many times. It will take them at least 18-20 hours before they reach their final destination. It’s much faster if you travel by your own vehicle. With MIL, she rode the bus. The bus is complete with a built in cabin for passengers who want to make a time out ;) And aside from that, it has it’s own emergency breakdown services just in case it broke down the middle of the road. Not bad right? At least you yourself will feel safe to travel at a long distance like this.

If they will travel by air, it will just take them at least 2 hours. But the feeling of excitement to get to your destination will not be that long. Yeah I know it sounds weird. Well, whatever way you travel, for as long as you’re comfortable with it – go ahead.

For me, I don’t mind travelling by land. Just give me a pillow and a blanket so that I can sleep on the way and lots of food to eat :D

3 comments

  1. Cielo of Brown Pinay says:

    Hi sis, thanks for the visit…I really hope that once you are here in the Phil. you can join similar activity like our PMC Grand EB.

    BTW, here in the Philippines, I just hope that the owners of the vessels and transportation will took into their hands to inspect their vehicles before they allow it to travel..They should also not allow over loading and unexperienced dirvers, since recently there has been lots of road accident in the province resulting to deaths of many.

    Its me,

    Cielo of Brown Pinay

    Also blogging at: My Point of View | GCircles | PartyPreppies

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