After Duolos, we all went to UP for the much awaited Lantern Parade. This time around, it was an all systems go - nothing could stop UP from partying and celebrating the parade.

I went with my BFFL, since we were required to be with the NCPAG float. (Boo..wala si Rog!) My other friends were at AS watching. See picture below. There’s Justin, Kim, Apple, Laureen, Wu. Then look up at the second floor balcony. There’s Austin, Clea, Sean, Stan, Donald, etc… :P


This is our lantern/float - the parrot that “is about to take off”.


It was something different this time around. I was in it so I didn’t get to see everything, unlike last year. But even though I didn’t, I got the chance to go crazy with my collegemates and cheer for NCPAG!

“May bagong umagang…parating…” :P

Joyce, Kelvin, Cherrie, Merryan, Charles and I went to the MV Doulos docked at the Manila South Harbor last Wednesday to check out the much talked about floating bookstore.



“The MV Doulos is the world’s oldest active ocean-faring passenger ship. She is now owned by the German charity Gute Bücher für Alle (Good Books for All), and is used as a floating bookshop.”


According to Merryan, we made history. We’ve been on the oldest ship alive. But it’s not any ordinary ship, it’s in league with th Titanic. Bragging rights? :P

It’s the second and last time it will dock here in the Philippines, because according to people, it will retire already.

For me, it wasn’t what I have expected. Yes, there are a lot of cheap books, but the variety of which wasn’t that much. In any case, I still love the whole trip :)


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