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    wishful thinking day

    to my friends,

    I don't aspire much but I have a long wishlist that keeps on growing day by day by day

    Apple's alluring MacBook loaded with Mac OS X Leopard
    Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II
    Canon EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM
    any wide angle (for landscapes) or superzoom (bird watching stuff)

    waterproof case for my iPod Video

    Mazda 3 or Civic 2003 so I won't have to take a cab anymore...sorry, first things first!

    for travel I want to explore Batanes, Batad, Butuan, revisit butandings of Donsol, WW2 trail, Borobudur, Angkor Wat, Taj Mahal and Jaipur India, medieval castles and cathedrals of Europe, pyramids of Egypt, Incas and Mayas of South America (Machu Pichu), the glory that was Greece, Israel, safari trip in Africa, get frostbite in Moscow and a glimpse of St Basil's Cathedral, frolic in Ipanema beach, samurai castles of Japan, Great Wall of China and terra-cotta warriors, eat kimchi in Korea, visit the set of LOTR in NZ, great barrier reef of the land down under, Grand Canyon and natural wonders of North America the moon and outer space!

    anywhere I roam
    where I lay my head is home

    Dream on, tutubi.
    You have insurance, pension and other bills coming up in time! :(

    3 wishes though: world peace, nature conservation and make poverty history!

    after all, it's my day today!

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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:00 PM,

    4 Comments:

    At Oct 21, 2006, 10:59:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    'tol,

    Since I don't really believe that wishes come true just by wishing it to whatever force you believe is out there who may have the power to grant you your wish, so this I will tell you: I know your wishes can be achieved only by hard work and perseverance which you have in ample measure. Gambatte!

    Cheers on your day!
    Tony

     
    At Oct 21, 2006, 4:42:00 PM, Blogger R. O. said...

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY TITOBI!!!! ALL YOUR WISHES WILL COME TRUE. IN TIME. COZ THEY'RE ALL WITHIN THE REALM OF THE POSSIBLE. :) (ay, na-press ko all all caps ng sadya ;))

     
    At Oct 23, 2006, 6:37:00 PM, Anonymous Ferdz said...

    Huy! Bday mo ngayon? Happy bday kahit medyo late na! Hahaha! Tara punta tayo Batad! Hehehe

    I'm planning a trip to angkor next year around holyweek baka gusto mo magyaya para matipid. hehe. I'll be also passing by Ayutthaya and Pagan in Myanmar along the way.

     
    At Oct 25, 2006, 7:03:00 PM, Blogger paetechie said...

    ei Tony-san, domo arigato gozaimashita!

    Resty, would you remember if I didn't blog about it? hehe salamat pa rin

    Ferdz, nice idea. sana maulit yung Sagada trip natin. I've already been to Ayutthaya btw. I long to see Angkor someday

    salamat uli

     

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