New Philippines Vacation Travel Guide and Memoir Ebook!
While attending the memorial service for an uncle in San Francisco, my parents mentioned to my younger brother and me about going to the Philippines in two years to celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary in the same village where they were married. The request was made two years in advance to give us time to prepare financially.
My last trips to the Philippines since I left when I was eleven in 1975, was 1992, the year after getting married, and 1997, the year before my first son was born. After these two visits, I no longer had any plans of going back, even for vacation, but because of my parents’ special request, I thought it was probably good again to go back nineteen years later.
With this trip, it would also fulfill my word of giving my older son a trip after he graduated from high school. He was supposed to choose where to go and wasn’t given this chance, and fortunately, he didn’t protest that his trip would include going to the village where his mother grew up, and in fact, he looked forward to seeing more of his ancestry that was thousands of miles away. My second son had no choice in the matter and thankfully he didn’t protest either.
As the trip approached, I was thinking it would probably be a good idea to write down what happened, like a travel guide ebook, and if it so happened that I found myself reflecting about things in general, and about growing up in a village in the Philippines, then so be it.
Why do this? Because as I get older, it seems I should stop taking things for granted. What I mean is that I find myself enjoying life more and writing things down is part of it.
The format of this ebook includes a memoir of the actual trip, some observations about what happened and their connections to similar or different instances, and finally some travel tips on what to do or what not to do based on the events described during the trip, should there be some travel tips that emerge.
These three, main focuses had to be established so that writing this ebook would have some sensible structure that could be followed. It would make the random writings have some cohesive format that the reader could follow. A random “diary format” could also work, and I could have simply typed my daily journaling, but to make this ebook somewhat useful, the travel tips have been included.
To recount, this ebook is partly about what happened, some philosophical thoughts on what happened, and then what travel tips could be learned from the three weeks that we were there.
Thus, this ebook began, part memoir, part reflections of the past and present, and part travel guide. It will begin during the preparations for the trip, include the trip itself which will be the largest section of this ebook, as well as reflections after arriving back home. Should you discover a few travel tips, recognize some insights on life in general, and maybe even find yourself laughing, then the purpose of this ebook has been fulfilled.
Philippines Vacation Travel Guide and Memoir Ebook is 300 pages.
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