This guy was my travel buddy in Brunei. I met him back in 2013 when I posted the urgent hiring for the vacancy in my team on their University Facebook Page. He responded, got interviewed and was hired. I have so much respect for him as he is not only academically extraordinary but a very good person deep within. When I transferred to another company, I brought him in after several months. Our bond goes beyond a "manager-analyst" relationship. I've considered him my younger brother. My daughter loves him and calls him "Tito Philip". She even made him part of her Finger Family 😄. After 15 months, another good company took him away from me. Instead of making him stay, I've given him wings to fly and be the best that he could be. My daughter keeps on telling me, "C'mon Mommy, let's go and find Tito Philip". I answered her, "We have to ride the airplane so we could see Tito Philip". But she insisted again, "Then let's ride the airplane and find Tito Philip". My little girl is just adorable!
Soar high Tito Philip!
We miss being out of the city. October has been so hectic for us and we still don’t know when we’ll squeeze a trip in between the remaining days!! Hopefully things will clear up!! 😍🙏🏼 For now, throwback to our last trip in Zambales, one of our favorite places as a family!! No signal, no anything. Just pure bliss and love! #AngBuhayLokal
📷🇲🇲 The way to Dhammayangyi Temple. Bagan tip: the most exciting way of going around bagan and visiting temples, pagodas, and stupas is by renting an e-bike. Dont worry it is easy to learn, but be careful because just like love easy to fall, but if no one catches you it's painful. So...... live life rent e-bike! #templebiking#templerun#pinoytraveler