Nampucha. We were really tied up with the Joc-Joc arrival, we didn’t realize Isadora was still alive. (Of course we had a feeling she was still alive, but visual confirmation is still important).
Back to Joc-Joc.
So we gathered at the “greeters’ area” of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport under the letter B. We had to pay P30 each to be able to go to that area of the airport. Ang dami namin, so it’s safe to say na kumita pa ang gobyerno sa protestang ito. Only in the Philippines.
By 10:30pm, we started unfurling our welcome placards, just all the other family well-wishers. Although our placards had words like, ARESTUHIN, PANAGUITN. People were blowing whistles, shouting MAGNANAKAW. It was as noisy as can be.
Friends from the Concerned Citizens Movement were there led by former DOTC secretary Josie Lichauco, the UMDJ-Erap folks were there too, the Black and White Movement and other individuals.
Sources say they haven’t seen this kind of wild welcome at the airport since the arrival of Taiwanese boy band F4 in 2003. (I’m just kidding.)
Anyways, it was a rousing welcome. We saw Bolante’s convoy leave at the departure area and not the arrival area. Seeing that, we raised our placards and did our noise barrage one last time.
It was only upon reaching home that I learned Isadora was still alive and that she left her loot with Sophia. So if there were those of you who watched last night’s episode, pa-update naman! wehehe.
Antok pa talaga ako.