Global Fun, Roxas Boulevard
I ran through some old pics today, and I thought, I wanna share these photos taken during my birthday. I celebrated my birthday at Global Fun in Roxas Boulevard. It was full of surprises and I had so much fun. That night, I regressed to being a kid.
There were six of us, Ben, Michael, Ate Klein, Ria, Jason and me.
The first stop was, Ranger. It looked like a pendulum but it turns 360 degrees. So, just imagine. It was the first time I ever felt nauseous on a ride. At dalawang beses ko siyang sinakyan.
Then I rode the chubibo. Same chubibo cheverlu.
Because only a few rides were actually interesting, we enjoyed ourselves winning cute stuffed toys in the games cheverness. Look at the toys.
And, these were what we won. Nakagastos ata kame ng, atleast Php600.00 para sa mga toys na 'toh. Look!
Nevertheless, it was such a very special day. I never usually celebrate my birthday. Last year, I just slept at home, because it was my rest day. My friends really made it a point that I celebrate it this year. I was all snoring when Ben called me up. They were already at the lobby of my condo waiting. Then we headed to Global Fun. I received a lot of gifts that night, most are from people who I did not at all expect to bother. Vey touching. I wanna make a list of them:
- 1. T-shirt
2. Old Navy flip-flops
3. Orange LV
4. Big dinner at North Park
5. Wensha Full Body Massage
6. Ipod Nano and
7. silicon protector
The night didn't end there. I can't leave the park without riding the huge ferris wheel, I felt so serene, thinking about how grateful and lucky I am to have friends like them. And, feeling thankful about all the wonderful things in my 24 years of living. I have thought of my life and how I am going to proceed from that point. After a deep breath, i noticed in a bird's eyeview the beauty of the lights in the darkness of the night.
And the next day, Michael called me up to go to their place. Michael cooked adobo for me. And, Paula came with a birthday cake. It was a long time ago already since the last time that I blew a candle on a birthday cake. I really appreciate every single thing. And I dedicate this post to Ben and Michael.