Last Saturday night I partied like a ROCKSTAR on the balcony of my Penthouse Suite overlooking Times Square. And no, I'm not talking about the Times Square in New York City.
I decided not to take a trike as public transportation is supposed to be suspended. I didn't want any problems in case we got stopped at a Police checkpoint.
Here's a few random stories about my good friend, Pablo.
This #LOCKDOWN and #QUARANTINE has me thinking ahead to brighter days, my friends.
Day 8 of the Luzon Enhanced Community Quarantine has come and gone.
Word on the street is that things are going to get LOCKED DOWN even more than they are now. Who the hell knows what's going to happen.
I didn't venture out today. I just didn't feel like having to stop by the barangay and beg for a damn pass to get through the checkpoints.
Barrio Barretto is basically a ghost town. Even if you make it past the checkpoint and get to DiviMart, there ain't no tricycles to help you carry your goods back home.
You can see for yourself the conditions on the ground here in Barretto and Subic Bay. Tonight was much quieter than last night, with less tricycles.