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Ang love ay parang bagyo yan. Mahirap i-predict kahit may PAGASA.
As the year closes let’s all look back and be grateful for the lessons learned and blessings bestowed and look forward to a new beginning of a more wonderful and auspicious year!
“I couldn’t believe it. I was so upset because, for me, she was robbed…I was very happy for Colombia, actually. she really deserved it…”
The Filipino community in Chiang Mai once again gathered together to celebrate Christmas at Ruan Pae 2 Restaurant on December 9, 2015.
Tuk-tuk is a common form of urban transport, both as a vehicle for hire and for private use, in Thailand.