Friday, October 5, 2007

I went to the Philippines!

After 16 years I finally went back home to visit my native land. Much has changed! They have become so modernized. Paved roads, internet cafe's, restaurants, hotels, more gas stations, more fast food joints, and huge American style malls! I came from a place called Mindanao, Philippines. It's located in the southern part of the country. It's been long known to people with lame rumors that its' a dangerous place due to terrorism. BLAH! Maybe like 15 years ago! Today it's become so modern and people carry cellphones everywhere. There are military checkpoints everywhere and Philippine airforce helicopters are handy around. So I honestly can say I had nothing to worry about. There are only a few certain areas I was told not to visit. They stay to themselves there. No need to go into it.

So this month I went to Hawaii for 2 days. Flew back to America mainland to Las Vegas for a few days. Then took off to Philippines via Canada for 5 days. By the time I came back home, my body didn't know what time it was! Duuude... I'm still struggling with this jetlag. But I have to still keep my workout schedule going. I'm 34 now, and as a "cougar" it's taking much more effort to keep my shapely figure maintained as I like it.. Roooaaar!

Below are some pictures as promised to share with ya'll... HUGS! LOVE YA ALL!


patrick podlin said...

Kumusta Melody, I have also been to Philippines 2 times in last 5 years. My Wife is from Davao City. Looks like U in some ways, except for the large breasts. I would like to have U both for wives, I am not sure if either of U could handle situation. I could, love U both so much. She is such great babae and so are U. Always wish U well. I bought U'r last movie "Happy Ending" I will nominate U for an academy award. Keep in touch. Luv Always, Palaam sweet babae. sincerely, Patrick from South Carolina

Fernando said...

Hi Mimi! I am so glad you are back and doing great. I always look forward to reading your BLOGS and they have been greatly missed over the past few months. Hope you'll be able to tell us more about what you did in the Philippines. Take care and welcome back!