Posts Tagged "Ayala"
Last week, I was stuck in a room somewhere in Ayala, with a French man, and this is part of our small talk.
Monsieur: tu es arrivé ici comment? (how did you get here?)
Aileen: uh, je prend le metro, le mrt. (i took the…mrt) Il fait chaud!!! (It’sRead More
In the Philippine American Education Foundation advising, I met Margie who plans to apply to Harvard. She’s a part-time teacher in FEATI while working for the Asian Development Bank. She seemed to start taking interest in conversing with me when she asked me how my TOEFL went, and I told her I was drunk whenRead More
Yesterday was the longest time I ever stayed in Ayala, Makati when I sought advice from the Philippine American Education Foundation (PAEF). And I left the city floating withRead More