Christmas will not be complete without “Christmas Decorations”, of course. Filipinos are used to putting lots of different Christmas decors in the house, malls, offices, schools, parks etc. --- such as the Christmas tree with either the angel or the stars on top of it, Christmas lights (some with music), Parol (lanterns), Santa Claus, gifts, reindeers, belen (a display representing the Nativity scene) and so many others.
Along Ayala, Makati City, there were lots of different Christmas decorations displayed outside of each buildings located there. And on the Glorietta park, there is a beautiful huge Christmas tree display.
So, last night, after our work hours, me and 4 of my close friends in the office decided to just walked, starting from our office (which in Paseo, Makati) all the way to Glorietta (Ayala, Makati City). Instead of our usual routine which is to commute --- ride either bus/jeeps/fx. We did it to have some bonding moments together and also to glance in the huge Christmas tree display in Ayala, along Glorietta park and other Christmas decors in front of different malls. Of course, our bonding will not be complete without some remembrance --- which is pictures of us, having the Christmas tree as our background (hehe)
We all had so much fun. There were lots of kwento (stories/exchanges of conversations), tawanan (laughters) and the most important of all --- the picture taking.