People got late (like me). People had to spend more in terms of time, fare, deducted wages due to tardiness, etc. Meetings had to be rescheduled, employees had to make up by leaving work today a little later than usual.
Funny to think that we need the yellow boys just to make us fall in line properly. Hay Pinoy! I hope we’re not spending extra taxpayers money to pay these yellow boys whose job is to make us fall in line.
Need I say more for this station? It is the second and last underground MRT station that gets you through the heart of Makati CBD, along Ayala Ave. The MRT exits you to SM Makati (too bad it does not have cinemas) which is then beside Glorietta, Landmark and Greenbelt.
My personal favorite, one of the biggest MRT stations I have seen in terms of queueing area for ticket booths and turnstiles. The station is also designed such that you can switch lanes (SB to NB v.v.) without exiting the station, you just need to go a floor below the platforms.
With the current number of shuttle vans and SUVs (both franchised and colorum), waiting time in shuttle terminals during rush hours is still significant. As such, with all the vehicles combined, colorum or legitimate, the demand is still greater than supply especially at rush hour.
I guess the conscious effort to learn while working is pretty tiring, since you’re doing a lot of things and tend to miss the bigger picture, the learning points. At school, the atmosphere is really academic, everyone is attempting to learn, everyone is teachable.
We all know that a lot of taxis use the Toyota brand, and from time to time some Nissan, Hyundai and Kia. But in my experience, I have yet to see taxis using the Honda or Mitsubishi or Mazda brand in the Philippines.
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