Taking MRT? Take a limousine service instead!

November 6, 2008 at 5:51 am (Transportation, Travel) (, , , , )

Paying much is not a guarantee for you to have convenience in traveling. Believe me, for I experienced it myself. I prefer to take a limousine service.

Waking up early everyday is a great challenge to me, especially taking a bath with the coldest water that one could ever imagine. But that’s not the greatest challenge of all challenges. The moment you took a ride on the train is what I’m talking about. You might wish to take a limousine service for your convenience.  long queue of irritated passengers

Everyday, I suffer from the long queue of people waiting for the MRT that promises to take us to our destination fast and comfy. Promises. But the real scenario is, you pay the right amount expecting for them to give you convenience in your travel, but at the end, you only get disappointment. Why? Here are the reasons:

• You will experience delays and the worst technical problems in your entire life.
• Aside from delays, you only get inconvenience knowing the fact that you are unlucky enough to take a seat because the train cannot accommodate all of the passengers. (Thinking that all of you have paid the same price and yet you ask yourself why you don’t have the chance to have a seat? They should learn more how limousine service handle their passengers)
• Locking yourself amidst all your constituents and catching all the diseases that the person beside you may give you the moment he sneeze or cough. Eew! Good luck!
• Suffer in long queue of people just to buy that essential magnetic ticket that will enable you to pass through the machine for you to ride the precious train. (Executive limousine is that you?)
• You will experience the genuine survival game in your life called, “Survival of the fittest”. (Congratulations! You won! Are you still alive?)
• Elevators and escalators are not working properly. So what’s the use? Burn them all!
• Comfort rooms don’t really give the passengers “comfort”. (Stinks)

Well, why am I saying all these? I am not discouraging people to ride MRT. In fact, I still patronize their service despite all of these. I just want to call the attention of the officials to take action. You are paid the right amount to give the right services. Please do your part. Make public service, not only for your interest.


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Who Am I?

October 6, 2008 at 10:58 pm (Job, Transportation, Travel)

“The wheels of the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round. The wheels of the bus goes round and round, all through the town.”

He always has a smile on his face whenever I chanced upon his shuttle when I was on my way to school.

come on!

come on!

I don’t know him. And he doesn’t know me either. They don’t know him. He also doesn’t know about them. But he takes us to places that we need to be. He doesn’t need to own an SUV, a hummer, a stretch, a limousine service or even a Cadillac to get us to places. Just a humble shuttle bus is enough for him to take us to places.

Many people from different walks of life have him and his bus as their service. And so do I. With a watchful eye, an alert hand on the wheel, and a quick foot on the break, he always takes extra care for us to be safe.

What a wonderful job!

Many may own a limo, or hire a fantastic limo service in town, a limousine that everybody dreams about, but still, compare to these limousine services, nothing beats the commuter bus driver’s personality!

A driver, it is great to be a bus driver. I admire them for their dedication, their hard work, and their immeasurable patience. What I mean is, who can stand the everyday traffic? The impatient passengers who keep on shouting when they are late for work? Gee, truly a fantastic job!

Everyday, early in the morning, these bus drivers are on the road for the regular commuters. Same road, same time, almost the same people, same traffic, same problem, and same response-just smile.

This is the attitude. The positive driver’s attitude. Can you handle their wheels and experience what it feels to be a bus driver? Me? Nah, I just want to take the journey with them. They have the best smiles, the fantastic stories to tell, the most colorful life ever, and best buddy to travel with!

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