I was told to get off just right after the toll gate. That shouldn’t be hard to miss since I’m supposed to be seeing giant Coke and Sprite cans somewhere there.
I, then, took a tricycle going to Walter Mart and waited for Chris there. We went to a Chinese restaurant called Ho Chai Lai for lunch.
On a side note, the building where the restaurant had a really cool design for their restrooms, I couldn’t help but take some shots. 🙂
Chris had this really funny way of giving me an idea of how the whole of Sta. Rosa looks like. This is how I remember our conversation when we were about to leave the restaurant.
Chris: Nandito tayo ngayon sa middle-class side ng Sta. Rosa. From the toll gate, yung papuntang kanan, yun yung sosyal side. Dun tayo pupunta. Yung pakaliwa, papunta yun sa masa side.
Me: Eh ikaw, san ka nakatira?
Chris: Sa middle-class side. Pero in the near future, lilipat na ako dun sa sosyal side.
😀 😀 😀
I later learned that Sta. Rosa is dubbed as the little Detroit because it is where one would find the biggest manufacturing plants for cars, electronic devices, beverages, and other food products.
And this guy needs to be honored for not only being so passionate in reaching the next generation in Sta. Rosa but also for being a great tour guide!