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Flying with Ana
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I think this was the first flight I didn’t have to hold my sister’s hand during a flight.
Me and my mom at NAIA on the way to the lounge. (Photo: Ana Zamora)

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Take note: decent food does not exist in NAIA, not even at the Singapore Airlines lounge.
I wonder who is in charge. So nakakahiya.
Here are a couple of things you can make baon if traveling from the Philippines.
1) Teddy Grahams

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2) Aljuron banana chips. Baon is a must.

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While waiting at the lounge I noticed my mom’s new nail polish.

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I was so amused, my mom decided to show my dad. She said, “Manny, look at my nail polish o.”
To which my dad answered, “P*tang ina!” (I swear the whole lounge heard it.)
My mom was startled so she pulled her hand back immediately and broke a glass. Award!

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Good thing they didn’t charge us. Hehe.
My sister and I have different taste in color. Note her colors and my neutrals.

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Note my airplane attire

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And hers

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Our hotel is not the Four Seasons, but it’s OK and location is good.
I just don’t get why BeyoncĂ© is on our headboard.

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Sitting area

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The banyo is OK, but it tends to get flooded—hmmmp.

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Ana likes the bathtub

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Here’s the parents’ banyo

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and Ana’s midnight snack

Ana's hamburger

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