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Mapquest and Google Map

One thing that I find truly amazing here in the US is their efficiency. Everything can be done online! On my goal to be a good driver (so that on my retirement I can have my own taxi and drive cute yuppies along Makati wehehee, I'll just take that route thank you...), I have been hitting on www.mapquest.com all the time.

This is not easy feat since I have bad, and I say bad sense of direction. I even get lost inside the mall hahaha... But I found out that driving can sharpen one's sense of direction (spatial skill). It helps that they also have words instead of drawings to get from point A to point B.

Hay, in the Philippines we don't need mapquest as much because there is always a manang or manong sa kanto to ask... "San po papunta sa Edsa?" :)

AMEN!

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drive for us when you get back to manila!
Neth said…
i would love to dear, but the car, the car, the car.. that's our problem..HAHAHA!

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